TSL to demonstrate audio monitoring products with open standards compliance at CABSAT

The PAM2-IP audio monitoring device currently shipping to customers will be on display, featuring dedicated ports for connection to existing Dante networks, whilst also providing compatibility with AES-67.
Audio monitoring, CABSAT, Standards, News, Content production

Share

Recognising the need to support its customers as the industry migrates from traditional broadcast infrastructures to IP connectivity, TSL Products is emphasizing the ability of its specialist audio products to help bridge the gap. The latest developments of the range, including AES-67 compliance, will be demonstrated at Cabsat 2018 (Stand ZB5.D70).

The PAM2-IP audio monitoring device currently shipping to customers will be on display, featuring dedicated ports for connection to existing Dante networks, whilst also providing compatibility with AES-67. Customers looking to operate SMPTE 2022-6 or SMPTE 2110 networks can make use of two dedicated 10Gig/E network ports on the PAM-IP device.

“This commitment to supporting multiple infrastructure types is a key feature of the PAM-IP, and helps customers navigate the transition to IP at a pace that suits them. TSL Products is dedicated to serving existing and future facilities and this is why our IP road map aligns with that of AIMS, whilst also maintaining support for established solutions such as Dante and open standards like AES-67 and SMPTE 2110.”

A demonstration of PAM-IP’s new web server will also be shown for the first time in the region, by which units across a facility can be configured, controlled and monitored via a web interface from a single desktop.

TSL Product’s MPA1 Dante now also supports AES-67 audio, making it suitable for use in Dante and AES-67 networks. As part of the SMPTE 2110 standard, AES-67 offers a truly inter-operable standard for distributing uncompressed audio streams between different manufacturers, making the MPA1-Solo and Mix Dante confidence audio monitors ideal for customers looking to make the transition from traditional SDI, AES and MADI infrastructures to IP. In addition, owners of MPA1 confidence monitoring products can now take full advantage of SNMP support as a free of charge upgrade to realise more comprehensive and streamlined workflows whilst also benefitting from smarter and more intelligent integration with TSL Product’s TallyMan control system or any third-party control system.

“The solutions we offer today are for both SDI and IP infrastructures. We understand that a key challenge for any audio solution is to create and present an operational experience that is both simple and intuitive, regardless of the method being used to carry audio through a broadcast facility,” said Stephen Brownsill, audio product manager at TSL Products. “We offer unique monitoring and measurement devices which meet the real needs of systems engineers and we value our customers as technology partners providing invaluable feedback that enables us to build constructive, practical enhancements.”

Most Popular

Editor's Choice

Interview with Mohamed Hefzy
Mohamed Hefzy is fighting the good fight for Arab cinema. His company Film Clinic has played a prominent role in the revival of a new wave of Arab Cinema
Interview with Kaswara Alkhatib
Kaswara AlKhatib speaks with Digital Studio about UTurn Entertainment's journey from a production house to a multi platform network to creating a media incubator for digital content creators.
The future of internet content in 2018
Mark Weeks, MD of EMEA of Akamai Technologies, looks at how technology will be enhancing our consumption this year

Don't Miss a Story

You may also like

Iflix revamps streaming model with free tier
Asia-based streaming service, iflix is making a strategic move to switch from its traditional subscription video (SVOD) model and replace it with a strategy that it says is better adapted to emerging markets.
Qube Cinema takes digital cinema service global
Qube Cinema announced at CinemaCon 2018 that the Qube Wire service is now available across 105 countries for delivery of movie content. Qube Wire currently serves a broad range of customers extending from independent producers and distributors to large studios.
Viu plans to launch 70 original productions in 2018
OTT service Viu is ramping up efforts to actively develop its Viu Original initiative this year which will see 70 titles and over 900 episodes of locally produced content by the end of 2018, including Arabic language content.
QYOU triples global distribution in 6 months
Increase fueled by new partnerships with iflix, Go Media and Jio combined with the launch of the company’s first original esports format