07.04.2005 08:00 AM
ATG Broadcast to showcase SAM-E audio monitoring

The audio extractor option makes the SAM-E product line ideal for multichannel or multilanguage applications.
ATG Broadcast, a systems integrator based in the U.K., will showcase its SAM-E audio monitoring unit with an SDI audio extractor at IBC 2005.

A new SDI-audio extractor option gives front-panel access to each of the eight audio channel pairs.

The audio extractor option makes the SAM-E range ideal for multichannel or multilanguage applications. It is designed for desktop or rack-based applications and includes eight stereo inputs, digital carrier auto-sensing and amplified stereo outputs.

For more information, visit www.atgbroadcast.co.uk.

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