08.25.2003 12:00 PM
Wheatstone to showcase digital TV audio console at IBC2003

Audio mixing console manufacturer Wheatstone will showcase its new D-9TV digital television console at Stand 8.482 at IBC 2003.



The console features powerful mix-minus, monitoring and talkback capabilities; 5.1, stereo master, mono and subgroup outputs.

The modular digital console, targeting the needs of mid-market facilities, is available with four to 40 input fader channels with sample rate converters on each digital input. The D-9TV directs any source to any fader and features integral dynamics/EQ functions and snapshot recall.

The powerful mix-minus, monitoring and talkback capabilities; 5.1, stereo master, mono and subgroup outputs complete a powerful complement of features along with an operator oriented control interface. Multiple control surfaces can share common resources.

The manufacturer will also show its Bridge Audio Network Router, which provides a solution for new and growing studios with mixed audio standards. It accepts multiple network interface modules—each one transmitting 64 channels of simultaneous bi-directional digital audio (plus intercage communication, logic signals, X-Y controller commands and auxiliary RS-232 data streams) across one duplex fiber optic link or a single CAT-5 wire. It is stackable for large system configurations.

For more information, visit www.wheatstone.com.

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