04.02.2007 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
SSL expands broadcast console line at NAB

At NAB2007 (booth #N2526), Solid State Logic will expand its C100 digital broadcast console product line with new features as part of the C100 HD with new version 4.0 software.

The new C100 HD-S, a smaller sized console designed for space-limited installations, joins the C100 HD console. The new C100 HD range is further enhanced by the addition of a new smaller front-loading processor option — the Centuri HD-S.

The C100 HD and HD-S consoles have an identical feature set. Both consoles can be used with either the newly expanded Centuri HD processor or the new Centuri HD-S processor options.

SSL said the C100 HD consoles offer a significant increase in console processing power and flexibility with up to 512 fader inputs. With the Version 4.0 software package, the C100 HD consoles support a high-density processing engine and control surfaces with access to up to 256 fully featured input channels with full processing capabilities.

The C100 HD consoles also offer up to 256 additional short channel premix inputs with fader control, pan capabilities and access to mono, stereo and 5.1 submix (Utility) busses.

Standard frame sizes range from 24 plus eight faders to 64 plus eight faders in eight-fader increments, with other sizes available by special order.

Version 4.0 software will be available to all existing clients in June, and will become the standard for all new consoles going forward.

For more information, visit www.solid-state-logic.com/.

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