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TSL evolves its solutions

TSL evolves its solutions

TSL evolves its solutions

All aspects of the SAM-Q can now be configured remotely within an offline application

TSL Products is continuing to update its solutions to meet the changing needs of its customers and the transition towards IP workflows. As a result, the manufacturer has added the SAM-Q-EDIT to its SAM-Q range, which allows SAM-Q-SDI owners to create, modify and edit their SAM-Q-SDI configurations using a PC. It also allows all aspects of the SAM-Q to be configured remotely within an off-line application. Meanwhile, new and existing SAM-Q-SDI customers can now purchase MADI monitoring licence options at any time, allowing one or both SDI inputs to be switched to and from MADI sources.

The company has also updated its PAM-IP line to allow ST-2110 multicast flow subscriptions to be managed using In-Band or Out-of-Band control protocols such as Ember+, NMOS IS-04/05 or TSL’s own RESTful API. Subscription status can be monitored remotely over a network with the PAM-IP webpage, along with health status information such as IP packet counters, signal format and PTP status.

TSL has unveiled two additions to the MPA1-MIX range. First, the MPA1-MIX-V features a redesigned user interface in direct response to customer feedback. The new interface specifically addresses the challenges of live production and is available in SDI, Dante, MADI, AES and analogue input formats. With the addition of the MIX-V variant, TSL MPA1 customers now have the option to choose the interface that best suits their broadcast production needs. Second, the MPA1-MIX MADI-V has been specifically designed for use where operators need confidence monitoring of a MADI stream. It boasts monitoring of 64 MADI audio channels and stereo monitor mixing of up to eight MADI sources. Audio level meter display of up to eight audio pairs and quick store and recall of up to 16 monitor mixes are also available.

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