Smart Audio, Smart Ethernet12 January 2017
Aspen Media will be showcasing products from its worldwide suppliers at BVE 2017, including Smart Audio from Junger Audio.
Smart Audio, according to Aspen, offers adaptive guarantee audio processing for the control and management of the audio in live, fast-moving news, sport and magazine television and radio production while assuring consistent volume, intelligibility and overall quality of content before it goes to air.
DirectOut Technologies will demonstrate its new and simple routing control for the M.1k2 MADI router. The company has added a customisable programming module to the M.1k2 that allows users to build their own control panels. Consequently, commonly used set-up changes or routing pre-sets can be activated by a single click of the user-created button in the newly-introduced control panel.
Also on display will be the ARG Quarra 10100 PTP Smart Ethernet switch, designed for use in audio-over-IP and video-over-IP networks. It offers ‘guaranteed’ best network sync and timing performance for PTPv2 audio-over-IP protocols such as AES67, Ravenna and Livewire and up to 100-fold improvement in jitter performance compared with standard managed switch technology.
JLCooper is showing Proton for the first time in the UK – a low-cost video switcher control surface for Blackmagic ATEM. It earns its keep in live production, music festivals, lecture theatres and anywhere where speed of control is essential and is designed to be significantly easier and faster to use than a keyboard and mouse.
Also making its UK debut will be the Stage Tec Crescendo Platinum, a mixing desk offering a minimum of eight to a maximum of 56 channel strips. It utilises the Stage Tec NEXUS control system and delivers extended Mosart control with support for different cross-fade times.