Klotz Digital Sells 1,000th Vadis D.C.II Console


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New York - Nov 27, 2006 - Klotz Digital has sold its 1,000th Vadis D.C.II console to National Public Radio (NPR). The 1,000th console is part of an NPR project to expand its New York City bureau. In total the facility's two technical centers and the main control room will be equipped with two Vadis D.C.II consoles and a router system comprising six Vadis 888 frames with AD, AES/EBU and Octo-Bus I/O. The system also includes control panels and amplifier modules from Klotz Digital's Varizone product range for five production studios that interface with each technical center as shared resources.

The New York facility connects to NPR's headquarters in Washington and the West Coast Production Center in Culver City, CA, which was completed in 2002. Read about that installation in the July 2003 issue of Radio magazine. The expansion of NPR's New York City Bureau is scheduled to be completed in the first quarter of 2007.



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