Booth N6531 Following its acquisition of PR&E, Wheatstone is introducing its PR&E DMX console line, a standalone studio system with console surface and IP audio networking. The AoIP console line includes IP audio routing as an easy studio add-on. The company says it is suitable for the twoor three-studio facility where each studio can act independently, but they are linked together through an IP network.
The DMX AoIP is all-inclusive without the need for an external Ethernet switch. It provides 1 GB connectivity for routing of sources and destinations between studios and integrates into most existing radio automation systems using WheatNet-IP automation drivers.
The DMX control surface is an integrated standalone console for on-air and production applications and is available in an 8-fader (DMX-8) or 16-fader (DMX-16).
Wheatstone is introducing feature and software enhancements to its IP-64 live television console series and demonstrating at-home remote mixing and production as well as AES67 compatibility with