SSL Premieres System T

Networked broadcast audio production technology will debut in Las Vegas
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LAS VEGAS� Solid State Logic will premiere System T at NAB Show 2016.

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System T is a new fully networked broadcast audio production environment. A range of hardware and software control interfaces can be placed anywhere on a network with up to three consoles or control interfaces accessing a single or fully mirrored redundant pair of processor �engines.��

The Tempest processor Engine is the heart of System T and uses SSL�s Optimal Core Processing for real-time, 64-bit CPU-based, floating point mixing and processing. Multiple processor engines can be used on a single network.

Routing and I/O is Dante based with System T featuring Dante high channel connectivity. The Dante AoIP network offers large-scale routing and remote control of a range of Dante-compatible I/O devices. System scaling requires only additional networking switch capacity.�

Additional highlights include a large internal FX rack with its own dedicated DSP (plug-ins include: dialogue noise suppression, dynamic and tonal shaping, reverbs, analysers, and signal generators), enhanced Dialogue Automix with nested groups capability, bus-based mix-minus feeds, built-in KVM switching to bring external computer display and control to console touch screens, and much more.