11.01.2005 08:00 AM
Jiangsu TV installs Euphonix Max Air in HDTV van

Jiangsu Broadcasting in China has a new Euphonix Max Air audio console onboard its new HD mobile production van.
China's Jiangsu TV recently took delivery of a Euphonix Max Air console for its new mobile production van.

The Max Air 40-fader console, with 106 processing channels, 24 mic/line inputs, 56 digital inputs/outputs, and 26 analog outputs with surround capability, was integrated by JCE Electronics, who serves as the company's distributor in China.

Jiangsu TV's new broadcasting van represents one of the first HDTV broadcast vehicles in China and was built specifically for the 10th National Games of China held last month as a rehearsal for the Beijing Olympics. In addition to the new Max Air console, the all digital vehicle is equipped with eight cameras.

For more information, visit www.euphonix.com.

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