PUBLIC TURKISH BROADCASTER SELECTS AEQ ARENA 20/07/2011
TRT EQUIPS ITS NEW FIVE STUDIOS WITH AEQ DIGITAL AUDIO MIXERS
Türkiye Radyo Televizyon Kurumu (TRT, in English the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation) is the public radio and television broadcaster company in Turkey. TRT has its central headquarters in Ankara and is one of 23 original members of the UER/EBU. Founded in 1925, TRT possesses 6 channels of television of national coverage and two international channels, as well as six independent radio channels; for a potential audience of more than 70 millions of Turkish and coverage in practically all Europa over satellite.
To equip five new studios in Ankara central offices, TRT has acquired five units of digital audio mixer AEQ ARENA, inside the process of technical renovation and digitalization of its facilities.
The supplied digital audio consoles AEQ ARENA have a control surface of 15 faders that close to its 9 programmable pages and high quality motorized faders allow the assignment of up to 135 different audio signals. Together to the control surface in black colour finished, there is an associate audio engine chassis where rest all the input/output audio modules. The modular design of this audio engine allows free configuration of I/O to fix the specific needs of the customer, with dedicated modules for analog line signals, digital AES/EBU or SPDIF signals, microphone inputs with associate phantom power, headphone outputs (primary and secondary) and multi-channel links like MADI over optical fiber. The totality of the system has been designed for uninterrupted ONAIR 7x24 applications, integrating universal redundant autorange power supply and possibility of hot-swapping modules for maintenance of its different parts without affecting the emission.
Together to this recent installation in Turkey, AEQ has digital consoles ARENA installed in Egypt, Syria and Jordan, consolidating it like a reference solution for its advance features, friendly operation and 7x24 design, for those broadcasters immersed into the technological change that supposes working over digital technology.