05.18.2006 10:04 AM
Studer unveils Vista 5 digital audio mixing system at NAB2006

The Vista 5 is a compact, full-featured version of Studer’s broadcast production mixing console series.

Studer used the NAB Show last month as the launch platform for its compact Vista 5 digital live broadcast and production console.

The console’s particularly small size and simple connectivity make it one of the most portable desks on the market, comfortably fitting into any OB van as well as small and midsize studios. Easily moved from one location to another, the desk can literally be set up within minutes.

The 32-fader desk consists of 20 channel strips, optimized for input channel operation, and 12 additional versatile strips for operating output and input channels. By using the standard Vistonics screen, up to 52 outputs are under immediate control. A total of up to 240 channels can be accessed from the desk and laid out in any order with the Vistonics system giving instant control over all related channel functions. DSP power and I/O are specified by the customer. The total I/O capacity — comprising various cards, including mic/line, ADAT, TDIF, AES/EBU, SDI and MADI — may exceed 1700 inputs and outputs.

For more information, visit www.studer.ch.

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