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SIS LIVE moves, Argosy connects…
As part of the relocation of its transmission business
from London to MediaCityUK in Salford and Milton
Keynes, SIS LIVE relied on rack equipment, cables and
complementary connectors from specialist distributor
Argosy. The choice of cables and connectors from a
single vendor ensured not just fast fixing but also the
best possible signal integrity.
One of the core businesses of SIS, the parent company
which wholly-owns SIS LIVE, is to deliver dedicated
television services to chains of betting shops and online
gaming organisations. It is the hubs for these channels
which have been relocated from London’s Corsham
Street facility. The new machine rooms in Salford have
been fitted out by Digby Installation Services (DIS), a
long-term installation partner of SIS LIVE.
Argosy supplied all the cable and connectors to
SIS LIVE for the project. It also provided the mains
distribution panels for each rack, ensuring that clean
and stable power was available for all the electronics.
Hot picks and what
not to miss
M ystery lovers and those with an interest in intercom
and commentary systems should not miss the latest
development from DELEC on stand 10.D30. It’s under wraps
until the show and will be launched at 1.00pm on Saturday
Sharing stand 10.D30 will be American intercom manufacturer
Intracom Systems showing a VCOM system connected to a
DELEC frame, providing interconnection for 4 virtual panels via
a DANTE connection.
Junger Audio stand 10.A49 is announcing a dramatic change
to its product delivery. Customers will benefit from a universal
processing platform capable of audio transcoding, routing and
processing with packages of audio tools designed for specific
applications such as radio, TV, production, post etc.
Also launching at the show will be a plug-in version of Junger’s
loudness management tool Level Magic for Mac and PC 32-
and 64-bit systems.
RTW stand 8.D92 is showing a much requested software
application for loudness logging, true peak data analysis and
reporting for its TM7 and TM9 audio meters. Also new for the
TM7 and TM9 is the BLITS (Black and Lanes Ident Tones for
Surround) option for identifying and lining up 5.1 broadcast
circuits. Additionally on display the 31900 and 31960 with new firmware
revision 04.0041 supporting the latest EBU/ITU loudness
regulations including ITU 1770-3 plus the TM3 with the new
moving coil option for PPM, VU and loudness.
Portable HD LCD receiver
T eletest have launched the Telesend HD LCD
receiver, the world’s first portable broadcast LCD
monitor with an internal HD receiver.
Designed for director’s wireless confidence monitoring,
the Telesend system can also be used for wireless
focus pulling, wireless TV presenter prompting and for
live broadcast links.
American controller manufacturer JLCooper on stand 7.J43
is highlighting the surround panning controller for the Nuage
mixer. The panner with 3 axis joystick is designed to mount
directly into the console expansion chassis and has a custom
software plug-in for Steinberg Nuendo. The Eclipse PX panner
is a freestanding version.
Visitors to stand 8.E85 will be amongst the first to see the
exciting new ANDIAMO converters from MADI specialist
DirectOut Technologies. All will be revealed on the first day of
the show. In addition DirectOut has expanded the capability of
three existing MADI products.
There is a choice of zero delay HD-SDI and HDMI
transmitters for shoulder or Steadicam mounted
broadcast cameras and any DSLR rig. The Telesends
can be fitted with any combination of battery adapters.
Console manufacturer Stagetec, stand 8.C80, is showing its
touch screen mixer POLARIS with new Pyramix DAW control.
Latest software version 3.11 for the ON AIR 24 modular
console allows the control inputs of the dynamics modules
to be routed to external inputs enabling level control of other
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