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Tag: intercom station

30-Mar-2022 Press Releases

Yale Athletics Partners with Studio Technologies to Implement Dante Infrastructure

NEW HAVEN, CT, 30 MARCH 2022 – Yale Athletics partners with ESPN+ to broadcast 21 of the university’s varsity sports, producing up to 200 live events annually. The university recently started adding video boards into its productions, with nine varsity teams utilizing them across three venues, including a 2019 installation at the Yale Bowl — the school’s 107-year-old football stadium. Yale’s production personnel sought contemporary audio capabilities to support the new video boards and workflow and turned to Studio Technologies,

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03-Mar-2022 Press Releases

Studio Technologies New Model 5304 Offers Versatile Dante Intercom User Station

LAS VEGAS, 3 MARCH 2022 – Studio Technologies, manufacturer of high-quality audio, video, and fiber-optic solutions, introduces the Dante®-compatible Model 5304 Intercom Station at NAB 2022 (Booth C2625). The unit is designed to serve as a user interface for a variety of applications, including on-air and production television, live events, theater, industrial, aerospace, house of worship, and corporate AV.

The Model 5304 allows the establishment of four independent talk and listen channels with just a headset and a Dante Audio-over-Ethernet connection.

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20-Mar-2019 Press Releases

Studio Technologies Introduces Model 348 Intercom Station at NAB 2019

LAS VEGAS, 19 MARCH 2019 – Studio Technologies, manufacturer of high-quality audio, video, and fiber-optic solutions, will showcase a number of new products targeted for broadcast and related applications at NAB 2019 (Booth C7049). A highlight is the Model 348 Intercom Station, which offers eight talk-and-listen audio channels that can be configured for intercom, talent cueing (IFB) and REMI/At-Home applications. Utilizing Dante® audio over Ethernet network technology, the desktop unit offers extensive resources in a compact table-top enclosure.

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