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Wheatstone Notes First AE-Net Order

Wheatstone Notes First AE-Net Order

On the Who’s Buying What page: Wheatstone announced the sale of its first networked Audioarts system in North America.
The three stations of NL Broadcasting Group in Kamloops, British Columbia will be the first installation site of the networked audio system, which is based on the AE-NET router. The facility is scheduled to be on the air by January.
Wheatstone touts the AE-Net system for its simple cabling and flexible assignments, as well as “no-latency” transmission of hundreds of channels of audio without the need of any third-party equipment. The system connects and routes multiple formats including analog audio, digital audio (AES/EBU and S/PDIF) and GPI and GPO control within a secure network. This allows the user to link multiple rooms via CAT-5 or CAT-6 wire.
The AE-Net can be integrated with the Audioarts D-75N audio console or set up as a large-format routing system with other consoles.
The order includes six D-75 consoles, three to be used on-air and three in postproduction. Dave Coulter is chief engineer of the facility.