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Party-line intercom systems continue to have a place in an increasingly digital and IP world. Broadcasters, installers and systems integrators still specify lower cost and easy to configure and run systems, a requirement that most manufacturers continue to meet with new product. RTS did this during IBC 2016 with the introduction of what are described as two universal belt packs that can connect to a variety of different formats.
Digigram announced the release of the compact, high-density, ultra-low-power IQOYA *X/LINK for AoIP delivery.
At IBC 2016, Fraunhofer showcased an MPEG-H Audio codec in multiple variations. The demonstrations included 3D audio content production tools, broadcast equipment, and consumer equipment.
Studer by HARMAN has announced the new Glacier Series of customisable audio control surfaces, enabling broadcast and production facilities to adapt to a variety of applications and enhance overall efficiency.
At IBC 2wcom will be focusing their attention on new technology that takes transport one step further by letting broadcasters easily integrate AoIP and satellite technologies and switch from one stream to another, depending on their immediate needs.
Sonifex will be displaying new products at IBC this year, featuring the new range of AoIP products and the new PC-AD2 PCle Half Height Sound Card.
Tascam’s new DR-100mkIII may be the best portable audio recorder design to come along since the category began over a decade ago.
Minnetonka Audio released its AudioTools CLOUD On-Demand version 1.0, which is available on Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Jünger Audio and Minnetonka Audio announced a technology partnership resulting in Jünger Audio’s Level Magic loudness algorithm being supported by Minnetonka Audio Software’s AudioTools Server.