NEW YORK: WNET New York Public Media recently acquired a new console from Solid State Logic, solving their audio needs for the entire studio.
The company’s C10 HD compact broadcast console, installed by SSL, features 24-faders with 64 DSP channels and a Dialogue Automix option for streamlined production of panel-type programming. The steup also includes a MADI-X8 eight-port router for aggregation and distribution of content.
“We are getting SSL quality at a very attractive price,” said Frank Graybill, chief engineer for WNET, in a press release. “The C10 is a homerun for SSL.” The unit was reportedly chosen for its quality of sound and low cost.
Based in Long Island, WNET serves 19-million viewers in the New York metropolitan area.
SOLID STATE LOGIC INSTALLS C10 HD COMPACT BROADCAST CONSOLE IN NEW STUDIO COMPLEX FOR WNET NEW YORK PUBLIC MEDIA
New Console Runs Audio for Main Control Room NEW YORK – Solid State Logic is pleased to announce the installation of a new C10 HD Compact Broadcast Console in the main control room at the new WNET New York Public Media (formerly the Educational ...