07.14.2005 08:00 AM
ATG Broadcast to unveil SAM-E extractor


The audio extractor option makes the SAM-E range well suited for multichannel or multi-language applications.

ATG Broadcast will extend the versatility of its SAM-E series of audio monitoring units at IBC2005 with the introduction of the SAM-E audio monitoring unit with SDI audio extractor.

The new SDI-audio extractor option gives push button front panel access to each of the eight audio channel pairs. The audio extractor option makes the SAM-E range well suited for multichannel or multi-language applications.

See ATG Broadcast at IBC2005 stand 8.535, or visit www.atgbroadcast.co.uk.

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