Mayah Comms Introduces Centauri 5000
Nov 7, 2014 11:24 AM
MUNICH� Mayah Communications will introduce the Centauri 5000 during the 28th Tonmeistertagung, held November 23.
Mayah's newest codec system features new interfaces and up to 60 bi-directionally codable audio channels. The audio channels can then be converted on the fly to BWF files and stored internally, plus optionally provided for further processing on a MAM or PMS system. The 5000 is Mayah's gateway to customer workflow driven solutions, which will take a role in additional fields, complementary to the classic C10 and C12 devices.
�The 5000 stands for our highly complex archive of over 20 years of broadcast experience, allowing customers to customize their workflows and streamline their budgets,� Mayah CEO Detlef Wiese. �First adopters are already using the 5000 for most highly diverse and flexible deployments. We have broadcast-quality-answering-machine like use cases, providing telephone recordings for bi-directional call traffic. At the same time calls can additionally be routed to the studios via MADI I/O. Or in another case inbound audio is received via ISDN Primary rate I/O and then gatewayed outbound to studios via Axia Livewire.�
Besides its classic 19" and half 19" audio codecs C10 and 12, Mayah will be showing a new concept for mobile data transmission, consisting of an iPad and Audio hardware.