SSL to showcase System T advancements at NAB 2022
Solid State Logic (SSL) will be highlighting the significant advancements of its System T broadcast audio platform at NAB 2022, with a team of AoIP experts on hand for in-person consultations.
Highlights include new TE1 and TE2 Tempest Engines featuring scalable pay-as-you-go licensing capabilities designed to work in harmony with production requirements. Features include flexible, multi-operator remote production workflows; NGA/immersive production capabilities; channel and bus formats with 3D panning; advanced Dante AoIP implementation, featuring full routing control directly from the console with AES67 and ST 2110 integration; and integrated control of Shure Axient wireless mics and Dante-enabled Rednet MP8R mic I/O directly from the console.
Also debuting at NAB will be the SSL Live L650 console and V5 software, featuring immersive/object-based mixing control of L-Acoustics’ L-ISA and Meyer Sound’s Spacemap Go loudspeaker systems, new processing tools and operator-focused workflow enhancements.
SSL will also demonstrate the latest feature updates for its range of consoles and control interfaces. The large-format configurable S500 and fly-pack S500m surface, as well as pre-configured surface options in the S300 range suited to mid-size production facilities, make these consoles flexible for many different applications and scale of broadcast production.