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Harman announces more powerful Studer Infinity Core mixing processor

Additional models and new lines support growing production processing needs and processing flexibility
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Harman Professional Solutions has announced significant upgrades to the Studer Infinity Core Mixing Processor, utilising Moore’s Law benefits to increase processing power with new models offering 300, 600 and 1000 MEQ channels at the same price point as previous models.

In addition, the new Studer Compact Infinity Core has launched, providing Studer Infinity Core processing in a compact 2RU frame with 300 and 600 MEQ versions, each with 4 A-link ports, ideal for applications where space may be limited but standard Infinity Core features such as 100% Core redundancy are needed.

Studer Infinity Cores are renowned for their performance in critical broadcast applications, where large production processing requirements benefit from the assurance of advanced redundancy features.

 “The interest so far in the new Compact Infinity Core has been amazing,” said Bradley Drummond, director of hospitality marketing. “Most broadcast vans are so limited on space that they could never utilise the features of a full Infinity Core processor so we studied the problem and discovered that 4 A-Link ports serves the needs of most mobile-processed productions, which allowed us to significantly shrink the enclosure footprint, yet still maintain other critical full Core features.” 

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