SSL Adds Console-less Control at NAB

Solid State Logic will release new product additions to its System T at NAB 2017 that offer direct control of a broadcast mix without the need for a physical console.
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Las Vegas, NV (April 10, 2017)—Solid State Logic will release new product additions to its System T at NAB 2017 that offer direct control of a broadcast mix without the need for a physical console.

SSL’s System T is a set of network objects that include processing engines, traditional audio IO devices and control interfaces (both mixing console surfaces and PC-based control via T-SOLSA). The new Tempest Control Rack (TCR) allows broadcasters and integrators to build modular systems from System T components where a traditional broadcast console is not required or not appropriate. TCR will launch alongside the new lower power and lower cost T25 Tempest Engine option. Together, these new additions expand the flexibility and scalability of SSL’s System T range.

In addition to these core components, SSL offers a desktop and VESA mount 22-inch touch screen, or furniture mountable open frame 21-inch touch screen plus a furniture mountable fader tile with 16 faders and full 15 layer, four bank controls. SSL’s T-SOLSA software works alongside TCR as an online remote control from any network connected PC.

TCR and Tempest Engines can be combined with any SSL Network IO or third-party Dante or AES67 products to build large, scalable AoIP infrastructures using Dante technology and AES67 transport to connect to other AoIP systems. Network IO and Dante products can be controlled and routed directly from TCR or System T surfaces and via many third-party routing control systems via the Dante API.

TCR-based systems could, for instance, be used in production automation and remote flypack applications. SSL System T is compatible with Ross Overdrive, GV Ignite, Sony ELC and Vizrt Mosart Production Automation.

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