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Technology for Worship:

It's what we do.

Welcome to Geartechs.com. We want to be your #1 source for pro audio, video, projection, and lighting equipment.

Our site offers the latest product reviews, how-to guides, news, and our blog to give you detailed insight and up-to-the-minute information that will help you discover exactly what you need.

   
Hand-picked Professional Audio Equipment.
Many dealers sell anything and everything. We sell what works. Get the right product every time at Geartechs.com.
   
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Need something new, but aren’t sure what? Do your research, ask a pro and buy the right equipment here.
   
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In addition to pro audio and video gear, we offer select lighting and musical products to enhance your worship experience.

Soundscraft Si Impact - double your channel count, FREE

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Soundcraft Si Impact HD

FREE Soundcraft Si Impact 2.0 Firmware Update Doubles Total Channels to Mix!

This is exactly why you buy a digital audio console.  In its continual quest to provide more value to Soundcraft customers, we are happy to announce a free update to the Si Impact that doubles your total channels to mix from 40 to 80!

A Greater Impact

• Now you can combine the 40 mix inputs on the Si Impact console plus all 32 USB inputs for 72 total channels to mix.

• Add one Soundcraft Mini Stagebox 32i or 16i as additional input sources to get up to 64 mic channels to mix. Or, add a second MADI option card and two Mini Stagebox units to select from up to 96 microphone preamps, 136 total inputs and 80 channels to mix.

• Add the Dante option card and work with 64 Dante channels to mix.

Existing Soundcraft Si Impact owners can upgrade their mix capabilities by downloading the free firmware update here:

Click here to DOWNLOAD NOW

 

AKG 600MHz Wireless Trade-In Program

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873ad90e 35d5 4150 868d 62b03a9bca43AKG is giving you the opportunity to TRADE IN any qualifying* complete, working 600MHz wireless system and save up to $350 per channel when STEPPING UP to select AKG wireless sets by trading in obsolete 600 MHz systems before April 30, 2018.

*Please see www.akg.com/pro/600 for eligibility details.

 

 

AKG 600MHz Wireless Trade-In Process

1. Purchase your new qualifying AKG wireless system from us.
2. Download and fill in AKG Rebate Form.
3. Firmly tape the Rebate Authorization Label from your Rebate Form to a single carton and send us your old qualifying wireless system along with your form, your original dated store receipt, and the UPC label from your new AKG wireless system. Please note AKG is unable to accept any packages without the Rebate Authorization Label!
4. Receive a check in the mail in 8-10 weeks! AKG USA 600MHz Wireless Trade-In Process

Please contact us at 800-747-7301 if you have any questions.

   

The best way to connect your computer audio to your audio mixer.

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focusrite scarlett 2i2 rightI did it.  After too much messing around with cables and computer direct boxes of different types, I broke down and bought a USB audio interface for our church's presentation computer (ProPresenter, PowerPoint, etc.) in order to replace the PC direct box used to connect the unbalanced stereo audio signal from the computer's headphone output to the balanced input on the audio mixer. 

No matter what we did with the new all-in-one computer (one that someone else picked out), the self-noise at the headphone jack (its only analog audio output) was simply more than I could bear.  When playing music, the noise was not noticeable, but between songs (no matter the gain staging), anyone could hear just a bit of constant "hashy" noise, if they listened for it. 

Some people blame this type of noise on electrical grounding, some on radio frequency noise from spinning hard drives, some describe it as clock noise.  Whatever caused it in this case, it's not something that could be addressed by converting the unbalanced signal to a balanced line with a direct box, by proper system grounding, or by anything conventional, so I gave in and spent some of our fiercely-guarded budget money, and the noise is gone. 

There are lots of USB audio interfaces out there, but everywhere I look lately (even in places where we didn't sell them), we see the Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 or other Focusrite variants.  The Scarlett 2i2 is a 2x2 USB audio interface that can be used to play back or to record audio.  In most cases, people buy USB interfaces in order to record, but in this application, stereo playback is what we're after.  And the Scarlett 2i2 does it really well. 

We use the 2i2 for our SMAART system analysis setups, for recording and for playback.  Focusrite interfaces are the perfect partner for Pro Tools, so Scarlett 2i2 comes with Pro Tools | First recording software, as well as Ableton Live Lite and a suite of software and samples so you can start recording straight away. As you’d expect, it works flawlessly with all major DAWs on Mac and PC.  It's a handy device, for sure.  And at $149.99, it may just be exactly what you need.

Get more information or order online here.  Or call us anytime. 

 

   

Save $50-600 each on Sennheiser wireless microphone systems

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Over the next few years, the FCC’s Incentive Auction will prohibit customers from operating wireless microphones in the 600 MHz frequency band. Your current wireless systems may be affected. If so - Sennheiser will help you trade in your old 600 MHz gear towards new wireless!

PROMOTIONAL PERIOD

Sennheiser’s 600 MHz program runs from June 14th, 2017 through December 31st, 2017.  Rebates range from $50-600 per unit with most at $100-150. 

STEP 1: Check if your current wireless will be affected

Wireless mics and monitoring systems are currently allowed to operate from 470 - 698 MHz. In the next few years, FCC will limit operation to 470 - 608 MHz. While the majority of wireless systems in use today will be unaffected, customers with systems that operate above 608 MHz will unfortunately need to discontinue use and migrate to new frequency ranges.  Anything in the 700MHz range is already obsolete as of year 2010. 

To check if your current wireless will be affected, look for a printed sticker on your equipment indicating its frequency range. On Sennheiser wireless, this information is printed on both transmitters and receivers and is often visible on the main display.

STEP 2: Purchase new wireless from us

Sennheiser offers a wide range of wireless mics and monitoring systems for any budget, which fully comply with current and future FCC rules and regulations. Choose from the following wireless series, in these recommended future-proof frequency ranges.

STEP 3: Trade-in your old 600 MHz wireless gear

When your new Sennheiser wireless systems arrive:

1. Make a copy of your dated sales receipt. Purchases must be made from June 14th-Dec 31st, 2017.
2. Cut the UPC codes off the sides of your new Sennheiser boxes (no photocopies accepted)
3. Complete the Trade-In form available at sennheiser.com/600-mhz-promo
4. Send your old wireless, sales receipt, UPC code and completed trade-in form to the address listed on the form. To be eligible, your traded wireless equipment must operate in the 600 MHz band. Any manufacturer, make or model will be accepted for trade-in rebate, provided it operates in 600 MHz.
5. That’s it! Please allow 6-8 weeks for your trade-in to be processed, and your check to be mailed.

   

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