WERS Expands Wheatstone Bridge System

Chooses G and E Series frames for two new studios.
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Chooses G and E Series frames for two new studios.

WERS(FM) at Emerson College in Boston is expanding its Bridge Routing System to equip two studios with Wheatstone control surfaces.

The station already has 11 Bridge Router frames; it chose G and E Series Control surfaces for the expansion.

“The DSP required for the G4 Surface will be added to an existing frame, while the E6 Surface and associated I/O frame will be connected to the central Bridge Router frame,” Wheatstone stated.

“Emerson expects to eventually replace all of their existing analog consoles in similar formation.”


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