The EditOne-Radio desk is available as a flatpack workstation that can be assembled in less than an hour.
Custom Consoles has announced EditOne-Radio desk, a new addition to its range of broadcast and post-production studio furniture that is exclusively designed for use in radio interview suites, presentation studios and voiceover booths.
Neil Reed, Managing Director at Custom Consoles, said that the new EditOne-Radio desk is very versatile and can be configured to match a wide range of audio production environments, including live radio broadcasting. He added that it shares the same modern styling and uses sculpted MDF support panels rather than metal legs.
“Studio guest work surfaces can be attached to the left or right side of the EditOne-Radio desk, or on both sides, bridging across to an optional pedestal accommodating up to 11 rack units of equipment,” Reed said. “Three mounting points are located along the rear of the desk to accommodate a microphone and flat screen display monitors. An additional mounting point can be used to support the guest microphone. The guest's work surface is fitted with an acoustically damped surface to minimize noise.”
EditOne and EditOne-Radio are both available as flatpack workstations that can be assembled in less than an hour using the supplied Allen key and screwdriver. An on site assembly service is available if required.
Dimensions of the EditOne-Radio desk—including one studio-guest position—are 2770 mm wide by 1625 mm front-to-back by 740 mm high. The presenter’s work surface is 2000 mm wide x 1140 mm front to back, allowing plenty of space for freestanding equipment. The standard worktop finish is a hardwearing foil applied by a thermoform press, with powder coated underside surfaces. Other finishes can be supplied to order.
In addition to the 11 RU pedestal, options available for EditOne-Radio desk include a computer mounting kit, mains power distribution and a USB hub.
The EditOne-Radio desk will make its world-first exhibition appearance at the Custom Consoles stand (8.B38) at IBC 2017, Amsterdam, September 15-19.
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