The PAM1-IP audio monitor can now be used to monitor audio and video content carried as ST-2022-6 and/or ST-2110 signal flows.
At the 2019 NAB Show, TSL products will display new features and functionality for its audio monitoring products. This includes its PAM-IP range, which now fully supports the ST-2110 IP standard.
Both the TSL ProductsPAM1-IP and PAM2-IP audio monitors can be used to monitor audio and video content carried as ST-2022-6 and/or ST-2110 signal flows. With support for 2110-10, -20, -30 and -40, the company said it has sold over 200 units worldwide.
With two 10Gig/E SFP+ ports included on the PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP, users can 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 PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP to monitor audio only content such as Dante or AES67 audio flows when connected to a low-cost IP network infrastructure. The PAM-IP also now supports Ember+ protocol for control within IP networks.
In addition to showcasing the PAM-IP range, TSL Products will also unveil a brand-new audio monitoring platform, SAM-Q, which the company said will redefine how audio monitors have traditionally worked.
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