This is a backside pic of the new AudioArts console installed at CFXU (THE FOX). This included a custom wiring cover which protects the RJ45 audio cables
This is our 4th install of an AudioArts console built by Wheatstone. This board at The Fox in Antigonish is simple to operate and robust also.
An American Audio Dual CD player atop a custom shelf unit that covers an Audio Technica TurnTable. Yes they play 'live' music at CFXU at ST.FX.
CFXU at ST.FX is right beside the very busy X store at St.Francis Xavier University in Antigonish. A busy spot.
Darrel and Eddy from Newport Station built our custom designed Broadcast Table for CFXU. Yes we supply custom built studio furniture. Note the steel X, a requirement for St.FX University.
Eddy taking a break after the first cut of CFXU's new Broadcast table designed for a Host and 2 guests.
C99's Master Control in Automation Mode on the Membertou First Nations Reserve in Cape Breton. Their studio is located upstairs in the Gaming Centre.
We just dropped in for some maintenance work at
C99-FM on the Membertou First Nations Reserve on Cape Breton Island.
Thousands come every Thanksgiving to the Windsor Pumpkin Regatta. We use LPFM Radio to feed its two large PA systems on both sides of Lake Pizaquid thus eliminating the need for thousands of feet of speaker cable.
Churches like this one can now broadcast a 50 watt FM signal to their local communities without an expensive CRTC License application. Email MediaVoice for details on this CRTC rule change that over 99% of those who manage Houses of Worship are unaware of.
Vintage Fox-FM in Antigonish. The old Master Control room that served CFXU well for decades. In 2018 MediaVoice supplied all new gear and moved this studio to a new smaller space. This old room is to be transformed into a new Music Recording studio for St.FX
Here's our 4th new ListenTec Systems being installed for local church members who are hearing impaired.
After installing a ListenTec system at Centerville United Baptist Church, Lloyd sits in the sanctuary checking the quality of the wireless sound. ListenTEC systems are fast becoming great friends for church goers who are hearing impaired.
LPFM is used to send audio and commentary at Windsor's Pumpkin Regatta across the lake to a second PA system for the thousands gathered on the other side (see the far right grassy hill). A great solution when running cable is out of the question.
This Decade Exciter (top) drives the TN100 transmitter (below). This has been a solid robust combo-pair we've used for years in many installs with flawless operation.
David Bannermans' proudest accomplishment, designing and managing NSCC's flagship digital Radio studio on the Dartmouth waterfront from 2007 to 2018.
The underside of the X-FM Broadcast table constructed by local West Hants craftsmen for our recent studio installation at CFXU at St.FX in Antigonish.
A small studio build we completed in Bedford for CHSB many years ago with an Arrakis console. Today that console is now at C99 in Membertou.
Our technician installing acoustic panels at the large Kingstec gymnasium in the Annapolis Valley.
DB holding drawings for new studios at Kings College. We designed the plan and MediaVoice installed all equipment after construction.
This sign says it all. A Car Dealership with it's own on-site 24/7 FM service, exclusively targeted for after-hour clients who arrive to drive the lot.
This NAV light is 3 feet high. Imagine climbing a 300 foot tower to change this bulb which is now on display at X-FM (CJFX) in Antigonish.
This micro LPFM system profiled a Home Construction business providing specific info only for cars parked in front of their business.
CFXU (The Fox) at St.FX University where we completed an extensive studio build renovation in 2018 creating a new Master studio.
Installing an extremely heavy Ward-Beck console into the Kings College main radio production studio over a decade ago. Ward Beck Consoles are now being retired and are no longer manufactured.
On site at Kings College Alumni Lecture Theatre in Halifax as one of several sub-contractors during their 2014 Technical and Acoustic renovations.
Faith Baptist Church (left) is the Studio location for PRAISE-FM, Sydney Cape Breton's newest FM station launching on-air in the fall of 2019.
This is an LGP-45 Omni-directional LPFM antenna. It may look large but from top to bottom it might be 5 feet long. This one is mounted on a 14 foot mast.
Installing CJLU's new FM Antenna high above Canning atop Cape Blomidon. The view was spectacular.