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JAA Systems cycles to victory

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JAA Systems cycles to victory

Malaysia:

Le Tour de Langkawi is an annual multiple stage bicycle race that takes place in Malaysia and is broadcast live to viewers across the globe. For the 2020 edition, LTdL2020, the organiser of the event, teamed up with JAA Systems, which supplied and installed a Calrec Brio36 digital audio mixer inside the event’s OB van. Medialab Alliance was chosen as the consultant and systems integrator for the event.

Azhar Abdul Latiff, director of Media lab Alliance,
Chang Wee Lee, senior project engineer and David Chan, director of JAA Systems.
Azhar Abdul Latiff, director of Media lab Alliance, Chang Wee Lee, senior project engineer and David Chan, director of JAA Systems.

The Calrec Brio36 was chosen due to its broadcast features, quality of audio, compact form factor and expandability. ‘When we chose the main equipment, we had very strict requirements,’ said Ts Azhar Abdul Latiff, director of Medialab Alliance. ‘We were looking for a good mixer that could provide and complement the 4K services. After going through various levels to identify the right digital audio mixer, Calrec’s Brio mixer stood out the most. It is a dedicated broadcast audio mixer with good audio quality. The mixer provides the option to expand the number of I/Os via the Hydra2 audio network or to insert cards such as Dante, MADI or SDI. It worked perfectly throughout the race and we were impressed with its robustness. We were also happy with the JAA Systems team for their strong support.’

David Chan, director of JAA Systems, added: ‘We were honoured to supply and install Calrec’s Brio36 audio mixer for LTdL2020 at the prestigious international cycling event. It was a rushed job as we had to supply and install it within half a day! As the Brio36 mixer is compact and user-friendly, it made the whole process quick and easy.’



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