05.13.2011 01:55 PM
Solid State Logic Installs Compact Console for WNET

NEW YORK: WNET New York Public Media recently acquired a new console from Solid State Logic, solving their audio needs for the entire studio.

The company’s C10 HD compact broadcast console, installed by SSL, features 24-faders with 64 DSP channels and a Dialogue Automix option for streamlined production of panel-type programming. The steup also includes a MADI-X8 eight-port router for aggregation and distribution of content.

“We are getting SSL quality at a very attractive price,” said Frank Graybill, chief engineer for WNET, in a press release. “The C10 is a homerun for SSL.” The unit was reportedly chosen for its quality of sound and low cost.

Based in Long Island, WNET serves 19-million viewers in the New York metropolitan area.

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