11.30.2011 10:25 AM
Wohler Announces New Software Interface for MADI-8 Audio Monitor

SAN FRANCISCO—Wohler Technologies has announced a new software interface for the company's MADI-8 in-rack audio monitor that allows for control and quick reconfiguration of channel presets from any PC. The new software allows operators to name any or all of the 64 available channels and then assign them up to eight available presets. Configurations can be saved as files on the set-up application, so operators can instantly recall channel names and presets from previous events and assign them to other MADI-8 units.

"MADI-8 was the world's first in-rack MADI monitor to offer simultaneous monitoring of up to eight channels," said Jeff McNall, product manager at Wohler. "Now, with this new channel-naming and preset configuration application, the unit provides even more convenience in high-volume monitoring applications."

Wohler's MADI-8 Audio Monitor

Giving users the option of creating presets via a PC and keyboard rather than on the MADI-8 unit itself, the firmware upgrade and software application download significantly reduces the time required to configure a MADI-8. For installations with numerous MADI-8 units, using a simple device server adaptor for each of the serial ports can enable all of the MADI-8 units to be controlled via an Ethernet network. This capability allows users to switch MADI-8 units between sport- or event-specific presets over the network, taking very little time to shift channel names and presets from one broadcast to the next.

The new software application and firmware upgrade are free to existing MADI-8 users. More information about the MADI-8 and access to updates is available at wohler.com.



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