Basque broadcaster adds Riedel Artist intercom

The intercom supports communications throughout Euskal Irrati Telebista, facility in Miramón (Donosti-San Sebastián).

Basque broadcaster Euskal Irrati Telebista (ETB) has deployed a Riedel Artist digital matrix intercom system at its primary production center in Miramón (Donosti-San Sebastián).

The intercom supports communications throughout the facility to meet the varied requirements of different productions, as well as VoIP communications with ETB headquarters in Bilbao.

The 160 x 160-port Riedel intercom system is composed of Artist 128 and Artist 32 mainframes with 56 ports configured for control panels, 80 ports for analog four-wire, eight ports for VoIP usage and eight ports for a party line system.

The entire system ensures AES3/EBU audio quality, with level controls at each individual cross-point, non-blocking connections, and redundant power supplies and controllers.

A total of 46 of Riedel's 2000 LCD Series control panels, one CCP-1116 commentary control panel, 10 wired belt packs and various VoIP multiplexers complement the Artist system.


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