Montclair State University (in New Jersey) has purchased a 24-channel C10 HD Digital Broadcast Console for its DuMont Television Center. The C10 HD will complete the university’s move into a full HD production studio for advanced course work.
SSL C10 HD The purchase of the C10 for the new control room, which is under construction, will complete the audio phase of the facility upgrade. It will let the department train students on the latest audio engineering technology available.
Beyond course work, the C10 HD will be used for campus projects and outside clients from the New Jersey and New York television production communities.
The C10 HD console, introduced at the 2009 NAB Show, integrates all DSP signal processing, and operating hardware into a convection-cooled control surface. Full processing redundancy, also within the console surface, is available as an option. The console comes in two frame sizes–24+8 and 32+8–with scalable DSP and I/O options. The simple control surface layout is complimented by a clear graphical overview of all signals, augmented with SSL’s Eyeconix feature that presents thumbnail pictures of sources to be displayed for fast visual recognition and navigation.
The C10 offers four access levels to the console’s features–Admin, Certified, Express and Lockdown–to provide the appropriate functionality to engineers and staff with different mixing skill levels.
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