The new S300-48 console provides a larger fader count and multi operator usage in the System T S300 form factor.
Solid State Logic (SSL) has introduced a new control surface for its S300 console, featuring a 48+1 fader design, that can be combined with the complete portfolio of SSL’s System T consoles, remote tiles and screen interfaces, Tempest Processing Engines, and Network I/O options.
The expanded console configuration is designed to integrate with larger SSL System T installations or in stand-alone configurations for smaller broadcast facilities or OB vehicles.
S300-48 provides a larger fader count and multi operator usage in the System T S300 form factor. Channel metering directly above each fader provides direct monitoring and control of signals on the current surface layers, with an overview providing metering of console wide signals. System T’s unique modular approach allows all surface variants to utilize the same software, providing full flexibility and interoperability across the entire range. This includes access to all features including full AoIP routing from the console, DAW control, immersive audio, Dynamic Automation, Access Control, Event Manager, Scene Automation and a fully featured onboard Effects Rack.
AoIP functionality is further enhanced with Dante and DDM support directly in the console software. All System T and Network I/O devices simultaneously support Dante, ST 2110, ST 2022-7, ST 2059-2, PTPv2 and PTPv1. AoIP routing is available from the console software with immediate discovery of stageboxes and the ability to resource share directly from the console, leveraging the benefits of a dynamic IP infrastructure.
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