Triofilm TV using CEDAR dialogue noise suppression for Bundesliga coverage

One of Triofilm's two OB HDTV trucks

One of Triofilm’s two OB HDTV trucks

Hamburg and Dusseldorf-based Triofilm TV’s two HDTV OB vans have been installed with CEDAR DNS One dialogue noise suppression. The trucks are regularly deployed for coverage of Bundesliga football matches, among other large-scale public events.

Triofilm sound engineer Stefan Ebert commented: “Due to the increasing amount of noise associated with the growing use of projection equipment, lighting and air-conditioning systems, it’s becoming much harder to obtain clean sound for transmission. Being able to use CEDAR DNS One as a plug-in on each audio channel is a huge help, allowing us to reduce the noise and to control the problems introduced by poor acoustic conditions.”

In each truck, a host PC running an SSL Virtual Mixer is connected to the Lawo console via MADI. This allows the operator to route any of the Lawo’s inserts through as many instances of DNS One as are required for each transmission.

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