One of the most common questions we get is also one of the
most juvenile: "Why do you not have more selection?"
Anyone in the industry of professional audio and digital audio workstation
(DAW) professional services already know the answer. But for the public a
brief notice is necessary, due persistent fraud in the Midwest by a small
group of harassing parties.
We sell lowest cost alternatives, which are minimal tools, for use and testing
with our systems and their installation.
High end headsets cost well over $200 per pair, and like quality musical instruments
can be much higher in price.
All the firm provides are "auxillery" USB devices for system check and basic consumer
gaming. Real "audiophile" (professional audio) equipment is limited to a few select
dealers which we also supply customer access to, for specific business use.
It would be immoral to hold a $2000 headset in front of a customer in rural Oklahoma
and claim that will make their music sound better.
Studio design, sound cancelling, metered audio measures in rooms and environmental
material, and proper isolation from performance to gain peak input are all part of
a larger sound stage industry that violence in the City of Ada and regional area
do not make possible for our local office and in continued harassment from 1998-2022.
Audio engineering is not the only application of AGS and specialized workstation
systems. Other uses in database and quantitative analytics, voice and video services,
and real-time low-quality mass communication offer a larger regional market.
To help our customers avoid improper (non-full-ear) equipment that can lead to serious
hearing damage, such as earbuds, made popular locally but not safe for long term use
in intense sound environments - we offer some cost-effective accessories.
Cost for keyboards, mice, and other peripheral products exced $100 USD per unit and
$500 for interface and display tools per user. Consumer PC users are not familiar with
these devices in office and data entry job roles, and are not suitable comparisons with
retail equipment for intensive or precision real-time use.
Patents also affect these products, and as a result we often see product enter and
leave market very quickly due to design disputes - which make pricing inventory and
keeping inventory expensive in our regional market.
As a result, if customers need equipment above "voice conferencing" consumer grade,
we will perform product research at-that-time for clients, to find best fit and
Many studios producing those parts only make limited runs, so inventory is not a
practical solution for studio gear of that grade.
Specialized markets exist for such equipment, also, and our primary focus at the
LLC is hardware, software for audio, and digital signal processor (DSP) tools to
suit specific work-cases.
Many consumer devices (cell phones) cannot even replay sound at the quality of our
video and audio service, and the inferior quality of such devices have held back
other industries for years due to efforts to suit only those customers with sales
and licensing of derived work.
Our area is in mastering and red book format (raw) audio processing pipelines, so
we do not ordinarily focus on post-production "cuts" of those masters as a real
market for our customers and content creators. Similar concepts in RED video
and 8K and 4K camera production, which exceed most displays, are fairly easy
concepts to understand where our product fits in the pipeline.
Camera equipment, support, and direct contracts from those peer industry parts
manufacturers is ordinary in such industry, as engineer support and warranty
with the end-user is necessary at over $10,000 USD per camera or major equipment.
Our sector is in control, storage, processing, and data preservation with monitoring
devices suited solely to identify and help "data wranglers" verify and move content
in very large productions - like film and project level work.
Because of this, keeping a detailed catalog of all possible audio equipment and
mixers, professional sound cards, and high value solutions not ordinarily used
in local venue work would be silly.
However, since some competitors have attempted to falsify this with a warehouse
or big-box wholesale business model to confuse and deceive the public; a notice
of our area of specialized service and selection of parts is essential.
The nature, brand, model, and details of capture cards, portable radio transmitters,
network equipment, security devices, and storage configurations employed in our
products are not subject to marketing or release for use by other competitor services
to interdict, impede, or duplicate our work.
Customers with a genuine need are welcome to obtain information, provided a verified
registration with the State per form 512 or similar obligations and registry to be
a genuine and real business entitled to purchase in their respective state. We
verify representation due to numerous and repeated fraud attempts by Texas competitors
and persons seeking to gain customer information after prior confrontation to threaten
our staff in protective illegal business practices in Dallas, Tulsa, and Norman.
Areas of our work in communication for command and control in ballistic and flight
simulation, large and small unit tactics, and logistics for online next-generation
war games, also make our product selection for users exploring the virtual world
development of our platforms curious what is required for long-term participation
lasting 4-6 hours in some operations with global teams. Equipment is oriented for
that professional (e-Sports) model, which implies full time commitment of players
to sophisticated persistent environments, unlike console and causal games for
children and consumers.
Koss has been one of our favorite product brands for years due to their value
and support, quality, and availability across development cycles and shortages
of other devices.
Other vendors have a "good reputation" with our use and may reflect our confidence
in certain brands over other imitation products from foreign markets at lower price
in retail stores.
Effort to make PROSPECTUS CLAIMS concerning "merchantability or fitness of purpose"
to our use or sale of all goods with our equipment is illegal in California and
many other states, and a form of intimidation of our clients against our service
agreement and contracts in print or false claims to the public by non-customers;
and recent "false reviews" documented in April 2022 in the Ada (OK, USA) Area.