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10.11.2002
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
Wisdom Gets Wheatstone Console

Wisdom Media, a media resource company providing health and wellness information and entertainment for radio, TV and the Internet, is nearing completion of a $7 million broadcast and production facility in Bluefield, W.V. that’s scheduled to go on-air later this month.



Wheatstone's new D-4000 digital audio console features a stainless steel meter bridge and wrist rest, composite fused finish end caps and new work surface graphics.

Among a full complement of digital equipment, Wisdom has selected two Wheatstone D-4000 digital audio consoles as the centerpieces of its on-air studios. The console offers modular construction, flexible configuration options and powerful mix-minus features in multiple frame sizes.

For its new building Wisdom also purchased a Wheatstone Bridge router, capable of being configured in multiples of 8x8 inputs and outputs. The Bridge can also accept multiple network interface modules, with each one able to transmit 64 channels of simultaneous bi-directional digital audio (plus auxiliary RS-232 data streams) across one duplex fiber-optic link or a single CAT-5 wire.

Wheatstone also supplied Wisdom with three rooms of broadcast furniture and Wiremax wiring interface modules. With Wiremax, standard cables interface from the Wheatstone products to below-counter panels with XLR, removable screw terminal blocks and other common connector types.

For more information visit www.wheatstone.com.

For more information about Wisdom Media's continuing upgrade and move visit www.wisdommedia.com/about/new_facility.asp?About=B.

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