Wheatstone has made many sales, including: Advanced Broadcast Solutions (Seattle, WA) purchased two E-6 control surfaces and a SideBoard control surface plus Glass-E Virtual Mixer and WheatNet-IP system for USC Annenberg School of Journalism. CBC (Halifax, NS) purchased six E-6 control surfaces, 30 BLADEs, including a MADI BLADE, and NAVIGATOR WheatNet-IP system through Marketing Marc Vallee. Humber College (Toronto) purchased an LX-24 control surface, two I/O BLADEs, two M4-IP four channel microphone BLADEs, and MTR-64 "wall of meters" application through Ron Paley Broadcast. Armed Forces Radio and Television Service (AFRTS) Defense Media (Riverside, CA) purchased sixteen LIO-48 high density BLADEs for an existing WheatNet-IP system. ESPN Miami (Coral Gables, FL) purchased an LX-24 control surface and eight WheatNet-IP BLADEs plus MADI interface to add to an existing BRIDGE TDM system. Hubbard Broadcasting (St. Louis, MO) purchased five LX-24, two L-8 and five L-12 control surfaces and 40 WheatNet-IP BLADEs.
Denon Professional's DN-700R network SD/USB audio recorder has been selected to support Northern California's Northstate Public Radio station, KCHO-FM. Using simple networking and recording capabilities, the station is easily able to archive on-air material, organize playlists across its network, and play back audio files from any of the station's studios.