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Lincs FM Group Updates Studios With AEQ, Dante AoIP Tech

Six new studios now feature AEQ Dante consoles

With a move to a new location already on tap, Lincs FM in the United Kingdom recently updated six of its studios with audio-over-IP equipment from AEQ.

Working with service provider Broadcast Radio, Lincs FM installed a Forum IP Split console that uses Dante AoIP network signals and works with a central Routing Network Matrix Netbox 32 MX.

All signals in the studio, except for “local” microphone inputs, are exclusively in Dante running to and from the Netbox 32 MX. The Netbox system provides 64 x 64 channels program and antennae matrix at the same time as it interconnects all the studios in the network.

As a result of the flexibility of the installation, all signals in the network can be shared with any studio. Routing and summing of all network signals is done through the Netbox 32 MX, which can be executed either manually or automatically from any mixing console or with the stations group also newly acquired Myriad 5 playout automation system. Additional features like alarms and level monitoring are also possible through the Netbox platform.

Lincs FM is now operating out of a new studio complex facility that also houses Dearne FM, Ridings FM, Rother FM and Trax FM.