News Broadcast
news broadcast

TSL Products enhances audio range to aid IP transition at IBC

Tara Lepore 24 August 2017
TSL Products enhances audio range to aid IP transition at IBC

Broadcast equipment manufacturer TSL Products will emphasise the ability of its audio products to help migration from traditional broadcast infrastructures to IP connectivity at IBC 2017.

Having recently announced an update of its products at the Amsterdam trade show from 15-19 September, the company has said there will be a focus on what its specialist audio range can provide.

“We understand that a key challenge for any audio solution is to create and present an operational experience that is both simple and intuitive, regardless of the method being used to carry audio through a broadcast facility,” said Stephen Brownsill, audio product manager at TSL Products.

“We offer unique monitoring and measurement devices which meet the real needs of systems engineers and we value our customers as technology partners providing invaluable feedback that enables us to build constructive, practical enhancements.”

The MPA1 Solo SDI is being shown to the European market for the first time at IBC. It allows users to view all 16 embedded audio channels in an SDI stream, and monitor any individual channel or channel pair using a simple ‘scroll to listen’ feature.

TSL Product’s MPA1 Dante now supports AES-67 audio, making it suitable for use in Dante and AES-67 networks. As part of the SMPTE 2110 standard, AES-67 offers a truly interoperable standard for distributing uncompressed audio streams between different manufacturers, making the MPA1-Solo and Mix Dante confidence audio monitors ideal for customers looking to make the transition from traditional SDI, AES and MADI infrastructures to IP.

In addition, owners of MPA1 confidence monitoring products can now take full advantage of SNMP support as a free-of-charge upgrade to realise more comprehensive and streamlined workflows while also benefitting from smarter and more intelligent integration with TSL Product’s TallyMan control system or any third-party control system.

A demonstration of PAM-IP’s new web server will also be shown for the first time at IBC by which units across a facility can be configured, controlled and monitored via a web interface from a single desktop.

“TSL Products is dedicated to serving existing and future facilities and this is why our IP roadmap aligns with that of AIMS, whilst also maintaining support for established solutions such as Dante and open standards like AES-67 and SMPTE 2110,” added Brownsill.

Find them at stand 10.B41, opposite the main entrance to the hall.

More from Pro Sound News Europe

Broadcast manufacturer TSL Products to focus on IP transition at IBC 2017

author twitter FOLLOW Tara Lepore
Similar stories