Polish broadcaster Polsat has added a pair of Solid State Logic System T digital mixing consoles to its two news studios in Warsaw.
Polsat’s Studio A is now equipped with an SSL S500 48-fader surface powered by a T25 Tempest Engine supporting 1,024 I/O, and Studio B features a 32-fader version of the S500 surface with a T25 providing 512 I/O.
The broadcaster is building a facility-wide Dante network in its headquarters that will also be connected to another facility within the city. “Choosing SSL’s System T, which works natively with Dante, was the best solution for building a Dante network in the facility,” said Polsat TV studio engineer Łukasz Zawadzki.
System T’s software-based foundation enables the desks to be set up for each operator’s preferred workflow, said SSL.
The adoption of Dante networking in Polsat’s facility streamlines audio routing through the plant, added Zawadzki. “The technological change to audio-over-IP allows us to simplify making new signal connections between audio equipment. Now, there is often no need to plug in new cables if we want to send new audio signals. And System T allows easy control of these connections.”