Wheatstone says it will feature its new G-7 production console, which offers independent operation (no PC required), 12 user-programmable switches, automatic failsafe DSP/CPU card options and a redundant power supply option.
Additional highlights include switched meters with system-wide access, graphic interface setup software and event scheduling software. Expansion and compression are featured on input channels, as are a four-band parametric EQ and variable high- and low-pass filters. The G-7 also has four stereo output busses, eight mix-minus outputs and two stereo auxiliary sends.
The company also is displaying the G-6 on-air console, which it says offers the feature set of the G-Series’ larger surfaces in a studio-friendly footprint. The unit provides integration with Wheatstone’s Bridge digital audio router and allows system-wide access to a station’s on-air and off-air audio resources via interlinked CAT-5 or fiber optic cable.
Features include Ethernet protocol, VDIP configuration, X-Y controllers and eight-character controller displays. The G-6 offers a number of AUX sends and preset options.