02.13.2005 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Graham-Patten Systems advances D/ESAM product line

The D/ESAM 8000 digital edit suite audio mixer from Graham-Patten Systems features new capabilities leveraged from The ISIS Group’s purchase of Klotz Digital.
Graham-Patten Systems, a division of The ISIS Group, is bringing a full palette of products to NAB2005. Graham-Patten will spotlight new advances to its D/ESAM series digital audio mixers.

The new D/ESAM 8000 employs the Klotz VADIS mixing engine and routing system. User features make the 8000 an ideal choice for broadcast facilities making the transition to multichannel surround sound for DVD, DTV, and other digital delivery formats.

The four-output/16-channel D/ESAM 400 is ideal for mid-sized edit suites, while the D/ESAM 230 offers a solution that integrates a control console and electronics chassis in single tabletop unit. Standard features on all D/ESAM mixers include send outputs; monitor sub-mixer; fader range; user configuration registers; and D/MEM write protection.

For more information, visit www.gpsys.com.

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