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Surround Model for StudioComm Helps Optimize Audio

The system allows connection and flexible routing of two 5.1 surround inputs, three stereo inputs, one 5.1 surround output and one stereo output.
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(click thumbnail)Studio Technologies, exhibiting in the Joseph Electronics booth at the NAB Show, will have its StudioComm for Surround Model 76B/Model 77B on display, as well as its LiveCast system.

The Model 76B central controller and Model 77B control console is a StudioComm for Surround system the company says is optimized for broadcast, post-production and master control audio monitoring applications.

Features include digital input and analog output capability, and direct support for Dolby E metadata dialnorm data. The system allows connection and flexible routing of two 5.1 surround inputs, three stereo inputs, one 5.1 surround output and one stereo output.

Inputs are AES3id-compatible (unbalanced, BNC connector). Outputs are electronically balanced analog. One Model 76B supports one or two Model 77B control consoles.

Studio Technologies and Joseph Fiber Solutions (a division of Joseph Electronics) are introducing a low-cost Live Shot over Fiber solution called LiveCast. The system transports digital and analog video, along with on-air audio, party-line intercom and IFB.

Originally developed as an infrastructure solution for airports, stadiums and arenas, LiveCast also handles day-to-day news remote interfacing. Live demos will be taking place at the show.

Additional highlights include Model 233, an addition to the Model 200 Series of announcer’s consoles.

Studio Technologies Booth: C6645

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