Jordanian TV station opts for DK metres

Jordan’s first independent TV channel, which is scheduled for launch later this year, will be installing three MSD600M++ surround sound audio metres from DK-Technologies.

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By  Vijaya Cherian Published  January 31, 2006

Jordan’s first independent TV channel, which is scheduled for launch later this year, will be installing three MSD600M++ surround sound audio metres from DK-Technologies. The channel will include three studios — two for general entertainment programmes and one for news, weather and panel discussion programmes — an integrated control room and voice over booth as well as a newsroom with a capacity for 30 journalists. “db is responsible for providing and installing the complete system at the new TV station, which is a multi-million pound project,” says Tom Swan, dB’s director of sales and marketing. “Although the DK MSD600M++ metres are only a small part of the overall spend, we have specified them because we have used them before and know that they will do the job.” The MSD600M++ metres will be used in conjunction with Calrec broadcast consoles, enabling the station’s engineers to monitor the audio content of their broadcasts in both stereo and surround sound. These modular, multi-channel metres accept up to 32-input channels and have four configurable input and output slots. Available modules include analogue, AES3, SD-SDI and HD formats.

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