TSL is expanding its audio monitoring offerings to include the new SAM-Q-Net and SAM-Q-Edit tools.
The new products support ST 2110-30, ST 2022-7 and offer multiple control options including NMOS.
According to the company, its SAM-Q audio monitor is unique in its ability to allow users to tailor their operation to different environments. It can support several operational modes, which can be enabled and disabled as required, and can be deployed in studio facilities, OB trucks, master control positions and playout facilities.
SAM-Q-NET is equipped with both in-band and out-of-band control options, including NMOS support and a TSL RESTful API, with more planned for the future, said the company. By maximising the number of control systems that the unit can be integrated with.
TSL’s new SAM-Q-EDIT is an offline editing tool that allows systems’ designers and engineers to build configurations, apply modes, map sources and loudness probes, enter source names and control front panel interface settings while on the move.
It streamlines operations as configurations are ready to load upon arrival at an event, reducing set up time and removing the need to build configurations through the front panel menus, said the company. With a visual display of all unit parameters, users can easily view and edit configuration files created on a SAM-Q audio monitor, as well as view a readout of SAM-Q unit information for imported files.
TSL will showcase both platforms at NAB Show.