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Hyperactive Broadcast purchases Custom Consoles workstations

Hyperactive Broadcast has purchased three Custom Consoles M-Desk workstations for use on a new film production of Jules Verne's classic 'Around the World in 80 Days'. The three M-Desks have been supplied to a Berlin- based studio equipped specifically to work on the film. Each desk houses an Avid edit suite with two SVGA monitors, a Sony PVM20 video monitor, Mackie 1604 audio mixer and Genelec loudspeakers.

Introduced earlier this year, the Custom Consoles M-Desk is available in 1200, 1300 and 1600 mm widths. All three versions have a 900 mm depth and are supplied complete with cable management and keyboard storage. Each desk is available with rigid feet or lockable castors. Additional modules in the M-Desk series can be integrated to form extended furniture systems.

The M-Desk work-surface can be adjusted in height simply by rotating a removable handle at one end of the desktop. VDU height can be varied just as easily. This combination, meeting BS EN ISO 9241, also protects the employer against potential legal action on the grounds of repetitive strain injury. M-Desk has received a full evaluation by FIRA's Ergonomics Unit.

For more information visit www.hyperactivebroadcast.com and www.custom-consoles.co.uk.

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