Posts Tagged ‘Calrec folk’
Earlier this year Calrec secured planning permission to build a purpose-designed manufacturing facility on its Nutclough Mill site in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.
Calrec has always been based in Hebden Bridge, and Nutclough Mill has been its global headquarters for the last 25 years. All Calrec equipment is designed, built and tested from this location – [...]
What more could anyone want to find under their tree on Christmas morning than this little trio of gifts? No they’re not massive boxes of gold, frankincense and myrrh but three sparkly new Artemis consoles. And who are the lucky recipients? None other than CNBC in their Englewood Cliffs facility in NJ.
And if you think [...]
My wife and I decided to drop into Walmart on the way back from our usual shopping foray. As usual, my wife and I got separated after about 30 seconds when I was inexplicably drawn to the electronics corner.
Whilst wandering aimlessly around this Aladdin’s Cave of cheap – sorry, reasonably priced – electronics, I spotted [...]
Last Monday Hebden Bridge saw a month’s worth of rain in two hours, causing flash flooding in the town centre and in Calrec’s Nutclough Mill. The photo on the right is outside Calrec’s third floor entrance on Keighley Road, which for several hours broke into a rather fast flowing river. Calrec staff waded out to [...]
It was with sadness that we learned that Steve Mendelsohn has lost his battle with pancreatic cancer. Steve passed away May 23 at the age of 67. Most recently he was Audio Systems Engineer at ABC Television in New York, but we had known him for many years.
At ABC Steve was a key member of [...]