TSL to debut new products at IBC 2009

New TSL audio products include the PAM2-3G16 multichannel audio monitor.
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Broadcast systems integrator TSL has announced it will debut several new products at the upcoming IBC 2009 show. The show will mark the world debut of the multistandard, multiformat PAM2-3G16 precision audio monitor, and the upgraded AMU2-2MAS and AMU1- BAS audio monitors. The exhibition will take place in Amsterdam, Netherlands from September 11-15, with TSL in booth 10.B41.

The new PAM2-3G16 simplifies monitoring of Dolby E/D or discreet multichannel audio using preset menus and shortcut keys for rapid and intuitive access to critical elements. The system offers intuitive flexibility in terms of user-selectable scales, ballistics, range of input/output signals supported and the ability to dissect and monitor any multichannel audio signal structure from mixed mono, stereo and 5.1 surround. The PAM2-3G16 is a 2RU design with large OLED displays and a total of 10 buttons for menu access and recall/management of user presets. Sixteen bar graphs are simultaneously displayed, enabling users to view four groups of embedded audio or eight AES pairs at a glance.

In addition, TSL will introduce major customer-driven upgrades to its industry-favorite AMU1 and AMU2 audio monitors at IBC. Designated the AMU2-2MAS and AMU1- BAS, these products have been upgraded to include speakers. Also of note is that the AMU1-BAS, along with all 106-segment bar graph products, will now include loudness measurement to specification ITU-RBS.1770.