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11.04.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
SSL sells C100 consoles to broadcasters large and small


The C100 family of digital broadcast audio consoles are fully assignable and specifically designed for on-air studio applications, such as live news, sports and live-to tape programs.

Solid State Logic has taken five new orders from broadcast television networks for its C100 digital audio console.

The list of new broadcast network installations includes C140 consoles installed at “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart” on Comedy Central; “The View” on ABC; “The Late Show with Craig Ferguson,” on CBS; and two SSL C132 broadcast consoles for New England Sports Network in Boston.

SSL has also sold a C248 console to Trinity Broadcast Network, in its Costa Mesa, CA, facility to handle live television and post-production operations for the TBN show “Praise the Lord.”

Another eight installations has been completed at local stations, including WSVN-TV, a Fox affiliate in Miami; WHDH-TV, the Boston-based NBC affiliate; UNC-TV, a PBS station in North Carolina; KMAX, a CBS owned duopoly in Sacramento, CA; Seattle-based KING 5 TV, an NBC affiliate; and KCPQ-TV, a Fox affiliate in Seattle.

The C100 family of digital broadcast audio consoles are fully assignable and specifically designed for on-air studio applications, such as live news, sports and live-to tape programs.

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

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