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Lawo to Launch New Audio Console at IBC 2014
Launch of Lawo’s new audio mixer
A world premiere to be held on Friday, September 12, 2014 at noon will present the IBC audience in Amsterdam with a brand new audio mixing console that extends Lawo’s application range and rounds up the company’s product portfolio.
New crystal radio console
The new crystal radio console offers a cost-effective entry point into the Lawo world of mixing, bringing comprehensive out-of-the-box functionality plus Lawo's approach to flexibility and customizability. Crystal has a re-designed user surface featuring a slim chassis and an ergonomic handrest. The updated crystal base unit features power supply redundancy and optimized expansion slots for easy addition of I/O cards. Crystal consoles offer seamless integration with numerous radio automation systems, including ENCO, RCS, Dalet and Radiomax. The touchscreen-optimized VisTool PC software provides additional functionality and visualization beyond the limitations of hardware user interfaces, for example, DSP parameters, signal levels, and the snapshot database. Accompanying the hardware console is the fully touchscreen-based crystalCLEAR virtual radio mixing console, bringing the crystal product line to applications where no physical faders are needed.
Large format mixing consoles
Also on show will be the mc²56 and the mc²66 audio mixing consoles in different frame sizes, providing features including advanced AutoMix, which enabled the production of 32 feeds from just two operators.
Lawo Commentary Unit (LCU)
Lawo’s RAVENNA-based commentary solution is dedicated to use in many sports and cultural event broadcasts. It is tailored to the needs of live broadcast productions and offers all modules for a comprehensive commentary system from a single source.
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