Aviom audio networking helps “Wheel of Fortune” telecast
July 18, 2005
At a recent taping of “Wheel of Fortune’s Big XII College Week,” where the University of Kansas and University of Missouri marching bands performed, a pair of Aviom’s AN-16/i-M mic input and output modules were used in place of unsightly and hazardous cables running across the floor.
The show used two Aviom AN-16/i-M mic input modules and a complementary pair of AN-16/o output modules, which deliver 32 channels of mic signals over a single cable.
Bill Daly, system engineer and sound designer for PRG, chose the Aviom equipment as an alternate way to run audio cabling during the weeklong series of shows. Thirty-two channels of mic signals were distributed through a single CAT-5 cable. The system employed two Aviom AN-16/i-M mic input modules coupled with two AN-16/o output modules.
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