Wheatstone Introducing AoIP PR&E Console at NAB Show

Standalone studio system with console surface and IP audio networking
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NEW BERN, N.C.�Wheatstone brought PR&E under its wings with its February acquisition and now it plans for a new unveiling of the PR&E DMX console line at the 2017 NAB Show. This new AoIP console is a complete, standalone studio system that features a console surface and IP audio networking, with IP audio routing as an add-on.

The DMX AoIP console provides 1GB connectivity for routing of sources and destinations between studios and integrates into most existing radio automation systems using WheatNet-IP automation drivers. The console is available in an eight-fader (DMX-8) or 16-fader (DMX-16) frame and features four program busses and bus-minus on each fader, as well as a control knob on each channel for adjusting pan, mode and input sources. Additional features include talkback and cue functions, EQ/dynamics, control room, studio and headphone monitors, LED metering, a built-in timer and four-event recall.

Wheatstone will offer the new console with a 1 RU DMX mix engine and 1 RU Razor I/O module, which include 1 GB Ethernet posts and RJ-45 interfaces.

Wheatstone will showcase the PR&E DMX consoles at its booth, N6531, during the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas.