Monitoring system leads new product charge

The VMC-102 from Japanese manufacturer Tac System is to be launched at BVE
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The VMC-102 from Japanese manufacturer Tac System is to be launched at BVE as one of several new products on the Aspen Media stand.

VMC-102 is a multi-stem and 32 monitor-bus monitoring system for consoles and workstations mixing for Dolby Atmos or MPEG-H. It also provides the opportunity for those wishing to graduate to multi-stem mixing in 5.1.

Another UK first, is SloMo Mini from JLCooper. Designed to be compact, SloMo Mini can control up to four video players using RS-422 9-pin protocol. It includes a professional quality T-bar for SloMo speed and shuttle control, transport controls and jog wheel and a keypad for cue entry.

Also on stand is the handheld MADI.MONI MADI line checker, being introduced by MADI specialist DirectOut. Intended for engineers working in a MADI environment, such as OBs, touring or live broadcast. MADI.MONI includes an onboard headphone jack allowing any mono or stereo pair of the 64 MADI channels to be monitored. A 12 LED traffic light system indicates the status of the MADI connection itself.

DirectOut is also showing MONTONE.42, a MADI to RAVENNA bridge, MADI.BRIDGE, an 8x8 MADI router and switcher, its ANDIAMO series of MADI to analogue, AES and mic converters and several more MADI problem solvers from its comprehensive MADI range.