As broadcast production needs become more complex, TSL is highlighting the latest versions of its audio, control and power solutions at NAB 2022 (booth C5420). These new offerings are designed to interconnect seamlessly to facilitate intelligent, controllable, adaptable and efficient workflows, and to maintain and ensure quality of service throughout the media delivery chain.
The company is also highlighting its Los Angeles-based headquarters as the brand steps up its efforts to support existing and new customers across the Americas.
TSL’s new SAM-Q-NET audio monitor brings TSL’s advanced SAM-Q audio monitoring capabilities into an IP-networked world, with native support for ST 2110-30, ST 2022-7 and multiple control, including NMOS.
One of the benefits of SAM-Q-NET is that the built-in redundant 1G Ethernet connectivity significantly reduces the cost of deployment for specific audio installations. The SAM-Q line of audio monitors allows users to adapt operations to different environments. Supporting multiple operational modes, which can be dynamically turned on and off as needed, SAM-Q is equally at home in operational positions in studio setups, OB trucks, master control applications, and video setups. diffusion.
On the control side, TSL presents TM1-Tally, a compact, inexpensive and high-end tally solution. Based on the industry-standard TSL TallyMan system, TM1-Tally offers the same full-featured clocking capabilities only with a limited number of connections to external devices. Customers can easily create simple to complex counting systems to fit any OB truck or installation environment. It can be connected to router control systems to provide a more compressive pointing system independent of manufacturers’ equipment.
Responding to the growing need for simplified maintenance, remote management and reduced power consumption, and building on its 15 years of experience in delivering smart power products , TSL’s new PMiD and PMiD-CO intelligent power distribution units offer enhanced functionality over the previous ones. generation. Both units share a common architecture, with the “-CO” unit adding a second power input with internal failover, to deliver resilient power to devices that need it, while maintaining the compact unit form factor of single rack (1RU) broadcasters expect. Both units can be supplied as 20A or 32A, with individually fused 14 way IEC C13 sockets.
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