04.26.2007 12:00 PM
Studer debuts Route 6000

Studer has released its Route 6000 processing and routing system, a new broadcast console from a company that touts high I/O capacity with elegant routing capabilities. Based upon the high-efficiency SCore Live DSP core and comprehensive D21m I/O system, the new Route 6000 processing and routing system accommodates up to 1728 x 1728 inputs and outputs.

The main DSP core is highly suited for compact installations. Equipped with an internal D21m I/O system with up to 192 inputs and outputs, it takes up only 6RU of space, while multiple cores are simply interconnected using Cat 5 tie lines. Because the system is fully modular, there is a wide variety of input and output formats (Mic, Line, AES/EBU, MADI, ADAT, TDIF, SDI and Dolby E) that can be combined.

For more information, visit www.studer.ch/index.aspx?menu_id=3&sub_menu_id=12&locale=en&

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