Miguel Hernández University Radio is now broadcasting from all four of its campuses in FM and several on-line platforms with the addition of a new studio on the Elche, Spain, campus. AEQ performed the installation and upgrades.
The new digital broadcasting studio includes a room with seats for an audience. The main digital control is equipped with an AEQ Forum Split digital mixer with 16 faders. The Forum mixing console configuration includes five microphone/line inputs, eight analog line outputs, eight AES and SPDIF digital inputs/outputs, four USB inputs/outputs, 64 MADI inputs/outputs and two digital phone hybrids.
The Forum Screen Display software shows operating parameters and information such as dynamics, parametric equalizer and VU meters.
AEQ installed the mixer together with the auxiliary equipment (microphones, audio monitors, turntables, etc.) to complete the main control room.
In the talent room seven AEQ HB-02 microphone and headphone guest stations with level controls were installed. An AEQ Studio Box desktop signaling system was located in the studio and on-air signs were placed over the entrances and in the studio’s interior.
AEQ digital equipment was also installed at the Orihuela and Altea, Spain, campuses. Both studios share the same configuration: each control room has an AEQ Capitol mixer with dual phone hybrid and an AoIP Dante module enabling the connection of the AEQ NetBox 4MH on-air studio interface. Auxiliary equipment was also upgraded with AEQ HB-02 guest stations, AEQ Studio Boxes and on-air signs.
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