Game Creek Talks with Studio Tech

Game Creek Video uses Studio Technologies' Model 46 dual 2-wire analog audio to 4-wire analog audio interface for party line intercom connections in nine of its remote OB trucks. The company provides remote sports and news event broadcasting production services for ESPN, ABC Sports, Fox Sports, the Yes Network, ABC News, NBC News and CNN, among many others.
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Hudson, NH (April 11, 2012)—Game Creek Video uses Studio Technologies' Model 46 dual 2-wire analog audio to 4-wire analog audio interface for party line intercom connections in nine of its remote OB trucks. The company provides remote sports and news event broadcasting production services for ESPN, ABC Sports, Fox Sports, the Yes Network, ABC News, NBC News and CNN, among many others.

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"Game Creek Video is contracted every year to provide top-shelf equipment and engineering savvy for major sporting and news events such as the Super Bowl, the World Series and the Daytona 500," says Jason Taubman, vice president of design and new technology for Game Creek Video. "Reliable and intelligible intercom communications are absolutely vital to our remote operations, so we needed to install a system that was straight-forward to use. The Model 46 from Studio Technologies has been a key addition to our RTS ADAM system, providing the capability to convert 4-wire signals to 2-wire party line signals, with full automatic nulling, for the remote beltpacks. We have more than 28 Model 46 and three Model 47 units installed over nine trucks."

"We have found that the Model 46 in particular provides a seamless and bulletproof interface between the ADAM 4-wire system and our 2-wire RTS beltpacks," continues Taubman. "We typically use RTS 2-wire power supplies and source assign panel products, but the Model 46 really completes the intercom circle. It's a rock-steady, old school analog unit that really sounds good and works well. It's very clean and, once installed, we never have to touch it. The Model 46 lives in our racks and does what it's supposed to do-the essence of install and forget it."

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