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Next-generation monitoring

Next-generation monitoring

Next-generation monitoring

SAM-Q offers a customisable configuration, the ability to lock down controls and the ability to expand capabilities via a licence system

TSL Products has unveiled a new audio monitoring platform named SAM-Q, which allows users to control and visualise their audio content based on application, environment or personal preference. The manufacturer states the key features differentiating the platform from existing market solutions are its customisable configuration, the ability to lock down controls and the ability to expand capabilities via a licence system. The SAM-Q-SDI is the first audio monitor to be announced for the SAM-Q audio platform and is designed for customers operating with SDI infrastructures.

The manufacturer has also announced that its PAM-IP range now supports ST-2110. Both the PAM1-IP and PAM2-IP audio monitors can be deployed to monitor audio and video content carried as ST-2022-6 and/or ST-2110 (2110-10, -20, -30 and -40) flows.



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