Best of Show: Wheatstone Blade 3

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Wheatstone says the new Blade 3 input/output node stands apart from its predecessors by adding built-in audio clip storage for emergency broadcasts or other specialty uses, a multiband processor for spot processing where needed, updated routing functionality, AES67 compatibility for interoperability with other gear, full-color high-resolution OLED interface displays and double the virtual logic ports for more control.

The Blade 3 is compatible with Wheatstone’s WheatNet IP network. An optional SD card slot allows more storage of audio for use in loss of signal episodes.

Left to right: Paul McLane, Darrin Paley, Phil Owens, Kelly Parker, Jay Tyler, Paul Picard, Dave Breithaupt.

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