TSL to showcase SMPTE2110 support for audio monitoring units at NAB

This new support positions TSL as the only manufacturer of audio monitoring units capable of monitoring uncompressed SMPTE 2110 video and audio streams for deployment in essence-based workflows.
TSL Products PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP audio monitoring units
TSL Products PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP audio monitoring units

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TSL Products will showcase the latest updates to its range of audio monitoring products, including SMPTE 2110 and Ember+ protocol support, as well as new additions to the MPA1 range at NAB 2018.

In response to the recent ratification of SMPTE 2110, TSL Products’ PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP audio monitoring units now support the modern suite of standards. This new support positions TSL as the only manufacturer of audio monitoring units capable of monitoring uncompressed SMPTE 2110 video and audio streams for deployment in essence-based workflows. The addition of SMPTE 2110 maintains a product line built on open standards and design, whilst existing PAM-IP customers already working with SMPTE 2022-6 can easily upgrade their units to SMPTE 2110 in the field.

TSL Products PAM2-IP

With over 1,000 TallyMan Systems deployed worldwide, TSL Products is also bringing its experience in control and system integration to the fore in its audio monitoring solutions through a growing list of control protocols. To this end, both the PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP precision audio monitors now support Ember+ protocol, allowing them to be deployed within an ever-growing number of IP facilities and OB trucks.

“The addition of SMPTE 2110 and Ember+ aims to address the complexities customers face when making the transition to IP,” says Stephen Brownsill, Audio Product Manager, TSL Products. “We continue to adopt a flexible approach in consultation with our customers to help ensure a seamless shift for those customers moving from traditional broadcast environments to total IP production and delivery. Maintaining support for open standards and the adoption of multiple control protocols, including Ember+, ensures that our customers’ investments are future-proof, whilst maintaining a familiar operational experience that will allow broadcasters to focus on producing great content rather than the technical details of the underlying infrastructure.”

TSL’s MPA1 range has several updates that will premiere at this year’s NAB Show. The MPA1-MIX-DANTE and MPA1-SOLO-DANTE confidence audio monitors now support AES67 audio as part of the ST-2110 standard, making them suitable for monitoring Dante and AES67 audio.

Continuing the recognition for enhanced connectivity of its devices, TSL’s MPA1 audio monitoring range now supports SNMP. MPA1 customers can now realise more comprehensive and streamlined workflows, where users can remotely control their MPA1’s using any control system supporting SNMP. This free software upgrade increases the existing feature set of all MPA1 confidence monitors, bringing the benefit to both new and existing customers.

New to the MPA1 range of audio monitors are the MPA1-MIX-SDI, MPA1-SOLO-8 and MPA1-MIX-8, which offer an extended range of connectivity already available in the MPA1 line.

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