The Custom Consoles EditOne desk features sculpted MDF support panels rather than metal legs.
Custom Consoles will feature its MediaPost freestanding portable monitor mount and the latest version of its EditOne desk at the CABSAT 2016 show in Dubai.
Custom Consoles' MediaPost portable monitor mount closely matches the styling and rugged build quality of the company’s MediaWall. MediaPost can be moved easily around a studio or used to supplement existing control room displays. It accommodates monitor panels of up to 65-inch diagonal screen size and auxiliary devices such as loudspeakers. Other applications include studio floor monitoring, script display prompts and in-view studio backgrounds.
The Custom Consoles' EditOne desk, developed for use in video editing suites and broadcast graphics areas, features sculpted MDF support panels rather than metal legs. The new version has an enhanced surface finish with distinctive horizontal and vertical profiles that make it a popular choice for video and audio post-production suites. It follows the existing structural configuration but has powder-coated underside legs and pods. The work surface and shelf finishes are also enhanced, both now available with oak-effect foil applied by a thermoform press, which follows the precise contours of the base.
Each MediaPost is constructed from extruded aluminum profiles, black or silver anodized, forming a rigid 6 foot high column.
The EditOne desk incorporates three equipment pods with a collective nine units of rack space. These form the base of a monitor shelf. Full cable management is provided. Power distribution is optional. An auxiliary equipment pedestal with an additional 11RU of rack space and an integral worktop can be supplied.
The Module-R series of desks provides aesthetically attractive and long-life surfaces to be configured to meet specific shapes and dimensions from a selection of options. Coordinated desk pods are available as single-bay sections with up 10RU chassis capacity.
Based on standard-sized modules, furniture in this series can be easily modified at any stage during the lifetime of an installation. Module-R Lite is identical in design to the standard Module-R range but features a 930 mm front-to-back rather than 1,200 mm front-to-back desk dimension.
Custom Consoles is exhibiting on stand ZM2-32 (Zabeel Hall)
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