NAB 2024: TSL to highlight audio and AI innovations

TSL will highlight its latest innovations in control, audio monitoring and power management at NAB 2024.

New developments in TSL’s MPA1 and SAM-Q AMU range, directly integrating feedback from operators into designs emphasising ease of use, reliability and longevity, will be on show. The range now offers increased inputs and outputs at a lower price, with an average of 20% of cost reductions engineered across the range and being passed on to customers.

A first for NAB, TSL will also demo its MPA1-MIX-NET-V-R audio monitoring unit, which extends ST2022-7 functionality to ST 2110 AoIP networks.

The company’s commitment to offering software and virtualisation options alongside the traditional hardware solutions will be evidenced by a growing portfolio of virtual solutions including the GTP-V1 virtual control processor, GV AMPP and AWS integration, TallyMan Virtual Panels (as deployed at U2’s Las Vegas residency at the Sphere), InSite DCIM power management and IP transition tool X-Connect.

TSL will also be debuting developments in its virtualised control offering at NAB, including further developments in its partnership with Grass Valley on the Orbit and AMPP platforms.

Matthew Quade, CEO of TSL, said: “Our broad range of solutions, from entry-level to advanced, positions TSL as the go-to partner for reliability, quality and affordability. TSL is dedicated to designing transitions that optimise sustainability, reduce engineering costs and future-proof facilities, maximising lifetime return on investment.”

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