Solid State Logic To Show HC Bridge SRC At NAB

At NAB, Solid State Logic has announced that it will highlight advanced Audio over IP capabilities within its System T broadcast audio platform with the new HC Bridge SRC.

Solid State Logic said it will showcase its expanding Dante-based IP Network I/O portfolio, which includes the HC Bridge SRC.

The new network I/O device provides 256 bi-directional channels of sample rate conversion for AoIP networks. It also facilitates connecting audio between devices running at different sample rates or in different clock domains on a Dante (48khz and 96khz), AES67 or ST 2110-30 networks.

The two network connections can be physically or virtually separate networks, providing control isolation between two sets of equipment where an AoIP discovery and control firewall is required.

Supporting the demand for NGO within broadcast content, the System T platform architecture provides processing for multiple audio formats for immersive and three-dimensional audio; channel-based, objects, Ambisonics and binaural.

With support for multiple formats including ATSC 3.0, Dolby Atmos and MPEG-H, the recent Sennheiser AMBEO partnership now adds on-board conversion support for the AMBEO VR Mic, with a 360 transcoder to render to a wide range of multi-channel outputs from 4.0 to 7.1.4. 

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