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SHOW NEWS HHB BVE Stand: C40 B roadcast audio technology specialists HHB Communications will be highlighting a comprehensive range of professional audio loudness tools during BVE Primera Technology BVE Stand: D40 P rimera Technology, a leading manufacturer of CD/DVD and Blu-ray Disc Publishers, is presenting its industry-grade DP-4102 XRP Disc Publisher at Broadcast Video Expo DP-4102 XRP Disc Publisher is part of Primeras latest DP-4100 Series and are fastest in their class, printing a full-color, 100% coverage disc in just six seconds each. This compares to 20 to 120 seconds on competitive machines to print discs with comparable print quality. With built-in high-speed recorders, direct-to-disc printing and fast robotics, Primeras disc printers and publishers automate the process of burning and printing quantities of CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs. Applications for the DP-4102 XRP Disc Publishers include the archival and distribution of video and audio in broadcast television, film, content- on-demand at retail stores, kiosks, video production studios and more. 20 | TV-BAY MAGAZINE As new loudness standards gain traction in Europe those in the media supply chain are adopting a mix of hardware and software loudness technologies for both linear and non-linear environments. HHB will be focussing on four loudness applications: OB and Live Production, Post Production, Playout and Archive with technologies from DK- Technologies, Dolby, Nugen, RTW, TC Electronic and Wohler. HHB product specialists will be on hand to discuss the latest in loudness technology. Alongside Scrub, its Soho-based subsidiary specialising in serving the post production industry, HHB will also be demonstrating Avids new Pro Tools 10 software and HDX hardware. The new Avid products offer great advantages for Pro Tools users, delivering faster performance, higher sound quality and innovative new features for audio post and music production professionals. TC Electronic’s LM6 Radar Loudness Meter, distributed in the UK by HHB. Litepanels BVE Stand: i30 L itepanels will be presenting the new Sola 4 that features a 10cm Fresnel lens and is based on the same breakthrough technology as Litepanels award-winning Sola 6, but in a smaller, more lightweight form factor. It provides the controllability and light-shaping, single shadow properties inherent in a Fresnel light, focusing from 70 to 10 degrees. Sola 4 requires just 30W of power, yet provides the luminance output of a 250W conventional tungsten or 150W HMI Fresnel. Litepanels will also be exhibiting the rest of the Sola range including the Sola ENG. The Sola ENG uses a 7.62cm Fresnel lens and weighs just 0.28kg, making it ideal for on- camera use. The larger Sola 6 Fresnel utilizes a 15.24cm Fresnel lens and produces an output equivalent to a 650W conventional Fresnel, yet draws just 75W.