04.05.2007 12:00 AM
Solid State Logic Expands Digital Broadcast Console Range
Solid State Logic has expanded its C100 Digital Broadcast Console product portfolio and will exhibit its new C Series range at NAB2007. The C100 has evolved to become the C100 HD with new Version 4.0 software that delivers an enhanced feature set and a significant boost in processing power.

The new C100 HD-S, a smaller console, joins the C100 HD console product line. The new C100 HD range is further enhanced by the addition of a new smaller front-loading processor option, the Centuri HD-S. Both consoles can be used with either the newly expanded Centuri HD processor or the new Centuri HD-S processor options.

The C100 HD consoles offer an 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 additionally 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.

C100 HD V4 software now offers several features requested by customers. For facilities requiring dynamic automation for broadcast post-production, the C100 HD consoles now support direct control of a DAW via HUI protocol. A new low-cost MADI interface may be used with any third-party MADI equipment to further expand the I/O capacity. And to handle broadcast playback sources from VTRs or hard-disk play-out systems, the C100 HD consoles offer a four-element channel format, with full "spill" functionality.

The C100 HD-S is functionally identical to the C100 HD control surface.

Solid State Logic will be in booth N2526.

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