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CB Electronics launches the new Avid S6 version of the TMC-1 monitor controller at IBC2015

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CB Electronics press announcementThe new CB Electronics TMC-1 S6, the Avid S6 version of the TMC-1 monitor controller
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CB Electronics launches the new Avid S6 version of the TMC-1 monitor controller at IBC2015

 

See Colin Broad and the new Avid S6 version of the TMC-1 monitor controller at IBC 2015 Expo in Amsterdam on CB Electronics stand 7.F06
Accompanying 300 dpi photo shows the new CB Electronics TMC-1 S6, the Avid S6 version of the TMC-1 monitor controller

 

London 20th August 2015: CB Electronics will launch the new TMC-1 S6, the Avid S6 version of the TMC-1 multichannel monitor controller at IBC 2015, described by one customer as ‘the large console monitor controller, without the large console.’ New also this year is the interface to the NTP DAD/Penta digital interfaces to enable a fully digital monitor system.

CB Electronics recently installed the TMC-1 Penta in Pinewood theatre 6, a Dolby Atmos room at Pinewood film studios. A second TMC-1 Penta has been installed by a Television Network sound engineer in Chicago.

There are a host of new features for the TMC-1 monitor controller which have been developed in response to requests from the wide user base of varied applications for the TMC-1. More details are available at Colin’s blog www.colinbroad.com/cbsoft/blog/blog.html

Colin Broad, CB Electronics CEO and designer said, “Monitoring is a very important part of the production environment, our aim is to make it easier to work in different formats, easier to install and to include features that you would expect to find only in large console monitor sections. The TMC-1 Penta is a software configured system that you can purchase now with the knowledge that you are not locked into a fixed solution.”

Colin Broad will be on the stand 7.F06 at IBC to demonstrate the new features and explain how the TMC-1 can be used will all monitoring formats including a full Atmos and/ or Auro system.

Further information from:
CB Electronics
[email protected] www.colinbroad.com

CB Electronics are specialists in Time Code, Biphase, Serial Control and Remote Control. Colin Broad is the man behind CB electronics. For years, the film and broadcast community have relied on his expertise to solve a range of problems in the area of machine and system control. In fact, you would have to search hard to find a UK film dubbing theatre without at least one of his products, known to all as ‘Broad Boxes’. They are also a common sight in dubbing theatres across the world. Because big film dubbing theatre requirements are so complex most of the previous products have tended to involve a degree of customisation to suit individual requirements.

In 1994 Colin Broad received an Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Technical Achievement Award in the category of Sound for the design and development of EDL (Edit Decision Lister) which creates encoded time code track and database during the initial transfer of the production sound dailies.

In 1994 Colin Broad was awarded the BKSTS Phil Berkley award for his work in Video Post production.
In 1996 CB Electronics Received the Satis-Fecit for the SR-4
In 2010 Colin Broad was made a Fellow of The Association of Motion Picture Sound.

NTP Technology develops, manufactures and distributes advanced high reliability digital routing solutions for major international radio and television broadcasters.

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300 dpi photo supplied as attachment:
The new CB Electronics TMC-1 S6, the Avid S6 version of the TMC-1 monitor controller

Further press information from:

CB Electronics
[email protected]
Mel Noonan
Stylus Media Consultants
[email protected]

Higher res photos by request to Stylus Media Consultants

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