09.02.2003 12:00 PM
Broadcasters, cable networks among global customers for Solid State Logic C Series consoles

The Danish Broadcasting Corporation DR has successfully completed acceptance of two Solid State Logic 24 frame C100 Digital Broadcast Consoles. Pictured at one of the consoles is Bertil Abrahamsson, senior engineer of the Danish Broadcasting Corporation.

The new C100 digital broadcast console and the C200 digital production console from Solid State Logic have generated broad interest since the release of the new C Series consoles four months ago. Worldwide, 15 C Series consoles have been sold.

C100 digital broadcast consoles has been sold to facilities around the world, including two consoles for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation in Denmark, one console to NHK in Japan, one console to The Golf Channel in the United States, two consoles for SBS in Korea and one for National Basketball Association Entertainment (NBAE) in the United States.

C200 digital production consoles are being used at Nippon TV’s Terra office and Imagica Akasaka in Japan and installations in the United States at Western Carolina University, Underdog Entertainment and Bicoastal Music.

For more information visit www.solid-state-logic.com.

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