As the broadcast industry adapts to ever-changing technology, Harman Professional Solutions‘ broadcast experts are able to provide complete, fully customizable systems for a variety of applications, including TV, radio and live production.
At the NAB Show 2016, Harman will present informative sessions about the most recent trends in broadcast and the current benefits of Harman broadcast solutions within the shifting production environment. Seminars will take place every hour, on the hour in booth #C2923. In addition, the latest products from Studer, AKG and JBL will be on display.
“Our industry is facing enormous change in how content is being produced and how it’s being shared,” Katy Templeman-Holmes, Solutions & Marketing, Broadcast, Harman Professional Solutions said. “Harman Professional Solutions is pleased to play a role in driving innovation and supporting new workflows, platforms, protocols and ideas. These seminars underscore what we seek to accomplish in the marketplace every day.”
Specialists in broadcast and recording will provide various seminars on the future of broadcast technologies and the state of the industry. Seminars include:
—Studer & AoIP | What’s Next in I/O Connectivity
Speaker: Richard Morson, Solutions manager, Broadcast
Studer has always placed a high priority on ensuring its consoles can interface with as many suitable standards in the industry as possible. This session highlights our connectivity workflow options within the changing IP environment.
—Infinity Core & D23 | The Future of Audio Processing
Speaker: Roger Heiniger, Solutions manager, Broadcast
This discussion looks at the capabilities of the Infinity Core processor and D23 I/O routing system in the production environment. From AoIP integration to facility expansion and remote sessions, we will provide an overview of how this system can streamline your workflow.
—Remote Solutions | Connectivity & Control Workflows for Today’s Remote Production Facilities
Speaker: Paul Shorter, manager, Technical Sales & Support
This session covers working in live remote productions and central control rooms, and how Studer Remote Solutions can ensure connectivity and maximize use of production time.
—Next-Gen Audio Monitoring in Broadcast and Post | JBL’s Revolutionary 7 Series Studio Monitor System Meets Monitoring Challenges in the Modern Production Environment
Speaker: Peter Chaikin, director, Retail Recording Solutions
Learn how JBL’s 7 Series studio monitors leverage the newest transducers and acoustic technologies, HARMAN DSP and Power Amplification to deliver detailed imaging and accuracy in a broad range of work spaces. The complete system is scalable to any size room and any number of channels, from 5.1 to immersive formats.
—IP Migration: At What Cost? | A Discussion on Today’s IP Integration Challenges
Speaker: Karl Paulsen, chief technology officer, Diversified
Tackling the oncoming paradigm shift from traditional SDI-video to video-over-IP is no easy task; guaranteed, It’s Going to Change Your Life. The challenges ahead for the entire technology sector of the Media and Entertainment industry are just beginning to surface.
Determining how, when or if the move to video-over-IP is appropriate demands serious consideration. Get the whole story, learn about the myriad options available and meet the experts who can help you get there, from design through implementation, in this in-depth session.
For a complete schedule of seminar series times, please come see us in booth #C2923 or visit the Harman link below.
Additionally, Studer’s latest console, the Vista 1 Black Edition, will be showcased for the first time in North America. The Vista 1 Black Edition is an all-in-one compact, flexible mix system for live, broadcast and production. Offering an enriched feature set and retaining the ease of use of the groundbreaking Vista 1 digital mixing console, the Vista 1 Black Edition’s I/O can be expanded using the standard Studer D21m card slot on the rear.
The AKG K872 reference headphones are the latest flagship closed-back headphones and will be on display at NAB. These headphones—which made their debut at ProLight + Sound 2016—were designed for audio engineers and musicians who require the utmost accuracy and detail for critical recording, mixing, mastering and live sound engineering applications. Featuring custom components, including a specially engineered 53 mm transducer, ultra-light open-mesh headband, slow-retention foam ear pads and a convenient carrying case/stand, the K872 combines superior sound quality with exceptional comfort and portability.
Also featured in the booth is the JBL 7 Series in 5.1 surround. The 7 Series studio monitors are the solution for next-generation multichannel monitoring. Both the LSR708i and the LSR705i in the booth are powered by a Crown DCi 8/300N series amplifier and controlled by a BSS Soundweb London signal processor that handles all the speaker tuning, EQ and bass management within the system. The 7 Series is available for demos throughout the show.
In addition, the Studer Vista X will be on display in the booth. The Vista X features Studer’s Infinity Processing Engine DSP core, which uses CPU-based processors to provide control of 800 or more audio channels and 12 A-Link high-capacity fiber digital audio interfaces, providing more than 5,000 inputs and outputs.
An open house will also take place at the Soundcraft and Studer truck on April 18, 19 and 20 from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. NAB attendees are encouraged to attend to see a larger portfolio offering from Harman Professional Solutions, including products from Studer, Soundcraft, JBL, BSS and Crown. Studer consoles include the Vista X, Vista V, Vista 1 and OnAir 1500. The truck will be located at the Las Vegas Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.