Studer said its latest digital radio console has been enhanced with the release of the OnAir 3000Net.
This is the first NAB Radio Show appearance for this product.
An option to the OnAir 3000, the product migrates the desk from a standalone operation to an open and networked part in the overall infrastructure of a broadcast center.
Interconnected audio sources are visible in the input routing page on the OnAir 3000Net user GUI and can be patched to faders in the same way as local sources, making operation as simple as with the standard OnAir 3000, the supplier says. Routings, including remote sources, can be stored and recalled with snapshots as usual.
Existing OnAir 3000 consoles are upgradeable to the OnAir 3000Net version, with a hardware and software change. The console offers three main stereo mix busses – PRG A, PRG B and REC – plus an audition facility, four stereo aux busses, 16 mix-minus sends configurable as auxes and three independent studio monitoring/talkback circuits, including two PFL circuits for split desk operation.