SAM-Q lets users determine how they wish to control and visualize their audio content.
At the 2019 IBC Show, TSL Products will highlight new features and capabilities for its SAM-Q audio monitors. Launched in April, SAM-Q is now shipping the first edition to the range, the SAM-Q-SDI.
The company said SAM-Q represents a new approach to audio monitoring, allowing customers to determine how they wish to control and visualize their audio content based on application, environment or simple personal preference. At IBC 2019, TSL Products is adding new modes of operation, specifically for sound engineers who need to measure and guarantee audio delivery. These include audio phase, loudness monitoring and peak latch modes.
In addition, TSL will also be unveiling the ability to add MADI monitoring to the SAM-Q-SDI by way of a license. New and existing SAM-Q-SDI customers can add MADI functionality at any time, enabling SDI, AES, analog and MADI sources to be monitored and mixed simultaneously.
At IBC the company will also feature updates to its PAM-IP line of 2022-6- and 2110-compliant audio monitors, including new functionalities beyond audio and video monitoring. Along with the ability to subscribe to both audio and video essences, the PAM-IP also provides ‘in-band,’ ‘out of band’ and manual control methods for managing flow subscriptions. In all cases, comprehensive status monitoring is provided both on the front panel and remotely using the PAM-IP webpage.
TSL products will also be featuring improvements to its MPA1 audio monitoring range including improved audio metering for the MPA1-SOLO-MADI and MPA1-SOLO-DANTE as well as improved control capabilities for all MPA1 audio monitors.
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