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- a nation occupying the whole of the Australian continent; Aboriginal tribes are thought to have migrated from southeastern Asia 20,000 years ago; first Europeans were British convicts sent there as a penal colony
- (australian) of or relating to or characteristic of Australia or its inhabitants or its languages; "Australian deserts"; "Australian aborigines"
- An island country and continent in the southern hemisphere, in the southwestern Pacific Ocean, a member state of the Commonwealth of Nations; pop. 19,900,000; capital, Canberra; official language, English
- the smallest continent; between the South Pacific and the Indian Ocean
M-Audio Studiophile AV 20 Portable Desktop Speaker System
M-Audio Studiophile AV20 multimedia speakers let you hear your music, movies and video games the way they were meant to sound. Built with the same M-Audio technology that professional recording studios have trusted for years, the AV20 speaker system provides an excellent audio upgrade for your computer. With internal amplification plus dedicated high- and low-frequency drivers, the M-Audio AV20 system lets you experience every detail of your sound. Custom cabinets with dense wood construction
deliver a more accurate bass response than you could ever get from plastic multimedia speakers. And if you're the creative type, Studiophile AV20 speakers are perfect for crafting your next remix, recording original tracks or adding music to a home movie.Audiophile Sound for Your Computer M-Audio is known throughout the professional recording world for building some of the most accurate studio monitors on the market. With the Studiophile AV20, you can enjoy this same technology in a portable, powered monitor speaker that is the perfect addition to any home computer or laptop. Designed specifically for today's multimedia computers, the AV20s feature a unique angled speaker cabinet that creates an accurate listening environment even when you're short on desk space.Dedicated Drivers and Professional Components Comprising a 2" composite woofer, 1" ferrofluid-cooled Mylar dome tweeter and an internal Class D amplifier, the Studiophile AV 20 is designed to deliver solid bass, crisp highs and convincing realism while occupying only a fraction of the space of standard desktop audio speakers. And with sturdy, magnetically shielded cabinets, the M-Audio AV20s can coexist with all manner of computer monitors, TVs and other electronic equipment
without interference.OptImage III Technology M-Audio's proprietary OptImage III wave guide improves overall detail and clarity while minimizing sound issues that can plague other compact monitors. The system works by improving the overall efficiency
Cape du Couedic Light House
Kangaroo Island is the third largest island off the coast of Australia, being approximately 4,500 square kilometres in area, 155 kms long and 55 kms wide.
The first Europeans to arrive on Kangaroo Island in 1802 were a group lead by Matthew Flinders looking for water and fresh meat (which they had been without for four months) near the present day Penneshaw. They hunted the small kangaroos and gave the island that name.
A year after this French explorer Nicholas Baudin passed on the opposite side of the island naming the south western point Cape du Couedic after his friend and famous French sea captain Charles Louis, Chevalier du Couedic de Kergoualer (1740-1780).
This coastline off Flinders Chase was to become the final resting place for 14 ships which came to grief on the rocky shores.
An underwater reef with and two islands - the Casuarinas (The Brothers) extended some 35-40 km south of Cape du Couedic on Kangaroo Island.
The need for a lighthouse in that area had been a great one for many years, as the treacherous waters already boasted a number of casualties
Three of the shipwrecks nearby had claimed 79 lives.
In 1902 the South Australian Marine Board recommended the construction of a lighthouse at Cape du Couedic, at the south-west extremity of Kangaroo Island.
Earlier lights had already been constructed to guide ship passing the north side of the Island, Cape Borda (1858) into the Investigator Strait, and Cape Willoughby (1852) into the Back Stairs Passage.
The Cape du Couedic Lighthouse was constructed between 1906-1909 and was the fifteenth to be built on South Australia's coast. It was also the last light to be built in South Australia before the Commonwealth Government took over the management and control of Australian lighthouses in 1915. The actual transfer did not occur until 1917.
The tower itself was built from 2,000 pieces of local stone. Three four roomed cottages were also built of local stone with slate roofs for the headkeeper and two assistants.
At the time of construction the site was inaccessible by land so Weirs Cove, 1 mile north of lighthouse site, was selected for landing. A jetty built first had to be constructed so stores and building materials could be landed. At first these stores, materials and equipment
were carried up a zig zag path hewn into the face of the 300 foot (92 metre) cliff which continued until a flying fox was operative. To power the flying fox originally a pair of horses were used
on a jimm, but were later replaced by a motorised winch. Steps were also carved in to the cutting to give foot access.
A telephone line constructed to connect Cape du Couedic with Cape Borda in 1908 and served as only means of communications. It was significant that telephone connected before lighthouse was built.
On the day the light was due to commence weather conditions were so bad that the ship, the Governor Musgrave, carrying the official party including the President and Wardens of the Marine Board were unable to land in the normally tranquil cove. Signals were given from ship to the keeper onshore and the light commenced operation.
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A complete drum mic package. The PGDMK6 drum mic kit includes three PG56 snare/tom microphones, one PG52 kick drum microphone, two PG81 instrument microphones, three A50D drum mounts, six 15ft (4.57m) XLR-XLR cables and a durable carrying case.
An essential drum mic package, the affordable PGDMK6 drum microphone kit combines two PG81 instrument microphones with three PG56 snare/tom microphones and one PG52 kick drum microphone. It also includes three A50D drum mounts, four 15-foot XLR-XLR cables, and a durable carrying case.
Tailored for performers of every level, the affordable Shure PG81 sensitive, flat response condenser microphone is ideal for picking up cymbal crashes as well as acoustic instruments. The compact PG56 mic is ideal for close miking, while the high-performance PG52 kick drum microphone is tuned to capture low-end punch. All three feature a cardioid polar pattern that picks up the most sound from in front of the microphone and some sound from the sides, and is less susceptible to feedback in high volume settings.
The Shure PG81 instrument mic.
The Shure PG56 (above) and PG52 (below).
PG81 Instrument Microphone
Flat frequency response is wide and uniform. Consistent sensitivity through frequency range.
Condenser cartridge has a lightweight, sensitive diaphragm. Precisely and smoothly captures sound nuances.
Powered by AA battery or phantom power supply.
Internal shock mount for reduced handling noise.
Durable metal construction.
On/off switch for onstage control.
PG52/PG56 Drum Microphones
Tailored frequency response is smooth and extended. Tuned specifically for drum and kick drum applications.
Dynamic cartridge has a simple, rugged coil. Handles extreme
volume levels without distortion.
Cartridge includes a neodymium magnet for high output level.
Internal shock mount for reduced handling noise.
Durable metal construction.
Integral stand mount.
Hardened steel mesh tapered grille that resists wear and abuse.
Packaged together in a durable carrying case.
The Shure PG81.
The Shure A50D mounts features a threaded sliding screw that secures a standard microphone clip to a drum, and its flexible, yet sturdy rubber construction provides stability and ease of installation.
The Shure PG52.
The Shure PG56.
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