01.04.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Korean mega-church takes three of Harrison's new Trion consoles

Yonsei Central Baptist Church, the second largest church in Seoul Korea, has chosen three of Harrison's Trion audio consoles. The Trion is Harrison's latest generation-3 control surface and exploits Linux and USB technology with the ease of Ethernet connectivity. The center will be home to two Trion's as live broadcast consoles. A third Trion is configured for fully automated post-production. A single Trion, when used as a front-of-house console, also provides the onstage monitor mixes from a stage-side remote controller. Each console is networked via fiber to a Harrison digital engine and has combined resources consisting of 288 mic inputs, 160 digital 40-bit channels, over 96 fader strips.

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