Where standards are going and how they impact audio and video monitoring for broadcast?
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Expanding the SAM-Q Platform
The SAM-Q platform has been designed to offer operational simplicity and deep audio analysis. New features for 2020 include three new loudness modes, with up to eight independent loudness probes. Calculate loudness values from mono through to 9.1+4 and view loudness performance remotely over an Ethernet network, during and after production rehearsals for a TV Show or event. New MADI license allows one or both BNC inputs to be switched to and from MADI sources with ease and with up to 128 channels available.
The New to the MPA1 Range
The New MPA1 Mix-V Range and the upcoming MPA1-SOLO-IP are the latest additions to the MPA1 product family. Based on the already successful MPA1-MIX series of audio monitors, the new MPA1-MIX-V range has been developed to specifically address the challenges of live production. Bringing the technical excellence of TSL’s worldwide IP expertise to the MPA1 Range, the new MPA1-SOLO-IP will offer cost-effective ST-2022-6 and ST-2110 redundant connectivity.
PAM-IP – Beyond Audio Monitoring
The PAM-IP has now become the go-to audio monitor for customers deploying IP infrastructures, with more than 500 PAM-IP monitors deployed worldwide. The PAM-IP provides a high level of integration with third-party control systems, allowing ST-2110 multicast flow subscriptions to be managed using ‘In-Band’ or ‘Out of Band’ control protocols such as Ember+, NMOS IS-04/05 or TSL’s own RESTful API.