Harris Unveils Enhancements for Networked Audio Environments at Radio Show
September 19, 2012 at 10:35 AM (PT)
HARRIS BROADCAST COMMUNICATIONS has introduced a series of user-friendly features for analog and digital studio environments, which give broadcasters more tools to empower on-air, production and networking capabilities in distributed and consolidated studio architectures.
HARRIS introduces programmable button panels that enhance routing capabilities and protect signal destinations, as well as standard metering designs across all Harris® PR&E® studio consoles to improve ease of use. The new "smart," dynamic LCD button panels give operators and producers five programmable buttons to initiate audio routes or commands to and from any location.
Operators benefit further from clarity on the actual "owner" of the audio source, with rich text and unique color screens offering clear visual information about where each signal originates. This is a key differentiator from competing systems that don’t identify the origination point.