TSL Products Showcases Latest Range of Solutions

TSL Products now offers a newly redesigned MPA (Monitor Plus Audio) family of products that offer greater ease of use and excellent sound quality. The new audio monitoring range offers solutions for established I/O—such as MADI, SDI, AES-3 and analog—while also embracing the industry’s move to Audio over IP workflows with support for the Dante and Ravenna networking protocols.

The new products are available in two models: Solo and Mix. Solo offers the ability to listen to any channel, while Mix enables the user to create a simple monitoring mix. The shallow unit depth of 100mm makes them both ideal for the broadcast OB environment. The built-in web server enables all units to be configured, monitored and controlled remotely via an intuitive web interface.

TSL Products has also announced a Virtual Panel option for its TallyMan control system, which coordinates critical infrastructure components in a TV facility to ensure that creative teams, talent and camera operators are aware of (and can instruct) relevant systems at pertinent times throughout the production.

With the addition of the new TallyMan Virtual panel, users can now access all of the systems’ features through an intuitive interface that is fully customizable to end users' requirements.

Using a touch screen interface, the Tallyman Virtual Panel can control many different routers, thereby eliminating the need to purchase vendor specific router control panels for each operational area. Instead, users can design their own control interface in a flexible cost effective way, individually tailored to the needs of each operational position, allowing operators to concentrate on their job, rather than battling interoperability.

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