SSL Introduces System T at IBC 2015

Networked broadcast audio production technology designed for multiplatform delivery
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OXFORD, England�Solid State Logic arrives at IBC 2015 ready to premiere its new networked broadcast audio production technology, the System T. The System T is designed to handle large-scale productions in a multiplatform delivery-driven future.

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With the System T routing and I/O features based on the new Dante High Channel connectivity allows System T to fit anywhere, including in existing TDM-based routing infrastructures. This allows broadcasters to manage their migration to network-based audio transport and routing without dismantling existing provisions or compromising audio quality.

The System T mix engine then uses the Tempest processor core and Optimal Core Processing for real-time, 64-bit CPU-based, floating point mixing and processing. Each Tempest processor core can handle up to 3072 inputs and outputs and provides 800 full processed, fully configurable mix paths, 192 mix busses, 800 EQs, 800 dynamics, and 400 delays. Multiple Tempest cores can be connected anywhere on the network and used as mirrored redundant pairs or as additional processing resources that can be sent to any System T control devices.

A number of System T control interfaces can also be connected anywhere on the network and incorporate multi-touch and gesture-driven screen technology, hardware control, and intuitive workflow. Broadcasters can specify configurations to suit nearly any environment.

Additional features include a large internal FX rack with its own dedicated DSP, enhance dialogue Automix with nested groups capability, bus-based mix-minus feeds, built-in KVM switching, and more.