DHD Audio has announced that Norwegian radio broadcaster NRJ Norway now has new digital audio mixing and routing system based on the German company’s equipment.
Soundware Norge was the contractor. The installation consisted of an RX2 mixer surface and an XC2 core router/processor with an AES67 audio-over-IP interface.
Soundware Norge Sales Manager Ketil Morstøl explained that the new equipment can handle both audio and video and is a dry run for audio and video configurations that will be installed at new studios for NRJ Norway parent P4.
“The goal of this pilot is to evaluate a complete upgraded technical infrastructure for both audio and video production, forming the ideal studio for the P4-Group which is moving to new facilities later this year,” he said. He added, “The P4 group recognized the ergonomic and technical advantages of DHD mixers some years ago and now uses them across its various studios in Norway and Sweden.”
According to DHD Audio, the 1 RU rackmounted XC2 core can handle DHD control consoles of up to 44 faders and link various DHD I/O modules. The RX2 control surface is based on control surface modules which can be combined and configured to match a wide range of radio and TV production environments. The design also scales easily from small production units with 6 or 12 faders to large consoles with up to 60 faders.
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