TSL Products Supports Uncompressed IP Monitoring

Looking to help broadcasters with future-proof solutions that support uncompressed IP workflows, at the IBC 2018 Show TSL Products will showcase the latest advancements for its audio monitoring solutions,

The company is featuring the latest capabilities for its PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP Precision Audio Monitors supporting SMPTE ST-2110 networks as well as debuting the MPA-1 Mix SDI, MPA1-MIX-8 and MPA1-SOLO-8 Studio Audio Monitors to the European market.

Stephen Brownsill, Audio Product Manager, TSL Products, said the company continues to design products and solutions that support both traditional SDI and IP infrastructures and workflows. At IBC 2018, they’ll be showcasing how TSL technology reduces the complexity of the IP transition.

In response to the industry’s adoption of the video-over-IP standard, TSL Products’ PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP now support both ST2110 and ST2022-6 specifications. The PAM-IP also now supports Ember+ protocol for edge device control within IP networks.

With two 10Gig/E SFP+ ports included on the PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP, customers can now monitor audio carried within ST2110 and ST2022-6 multicast streams. Both units also display the accompanying video content on the front panel of the unit, providing a full confidence monitoring experience. Customers can also use the PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP products to monitor audio only content such as Dante or AES67 audio flows when connected to a low-cost IP network infrastructure.

Using SNMP, TSL Products’ MPA1 Confidence Monitoring Products can now contribute to a wider monitoring solution using TSL’s Advanced Control System, or any third party control system supporting SNMP. Developed to meet the IP workflow requirements of Canal+ Factory in France, the addition of SNMP control allows Operators and Engineers to remotely control any MPA1 audio monitor from any control panel and recall MPA1 states as part of a system salvo, thereby minimising operational risk and complexity.

Finally, the TSL Products MPA1 range includes MPA1-MIX-MADI, MPA1-MIX-DANTE, and MPA1-MIX-SDI confidence monitors, as well as the latest additions, the MPA1-SOLO-8 and MPA1-MIX-8, which provide all the workflow and ease-of-use benefits of TSL Products’ existing products while extending the range of connectivity already available in the MPA1 range. 

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