HARMAN Professional Solutions Partners with Industry Innovators to Showcase Broadcast Solutions

April 13, 2016

Studer and JBL products featured in Avid, Snell Advanced Media, Next VR and ENCO Systems booths at NAB Show 2016

LAS VEGAS—As a partner and collaborator, HARMAN Professional Solutions will expand its presence at NAB Show 2016 to include recording and broadcast systems in partners’ booths. In partnership with Avid, Snell Advanced Media, Next VR and ENCO Systems, HARMAN products will be on display in functional solutions for NAB attendees to experience. Visitors can also drop by the HARMAN Professional Solutions booth #C2923 to get a full schedule of seminars and see the latest products from Studer and AKG.

“As a leader in the broadcast and recording industries, HARMAN Professional Solutions is proud to have deep partnerships with other industry vanguards,” said Katy Templeman-Holmes, Solutions & Marketing, Broadcast, HARMAN Professional Solutions. “We are also thrilled to have Diversified Chief Technology Officer, Karl Paulsen, join us at NAB to lead an important seminar session on IP integration challenges.” 

Not only can HARMAN provide complete system solutions, but our products also fit seamlessly into existing systems. HARMAN Professional Solutions products will be featured in the following partner booths at NAB:

Avid
Booth #SU902
HARMAN Product: JBL 7 Series

Snell Advanced Media
Booth #SL1805
HARMAN Product: Studer OnAir 1500

Next VR
Booth #N8025
HARMAN Product: Studer Vista console

ENCO Systems

Booth #N2518

HARMAN Product: Studer OnAir 1500

Visit the Avid booth to experience the Audio Post Mixing pod, featuring the award-winning 32-channel Pro Tools, S6 integrated mixing console, Pro Tools | HDX system, full Dolby Atmos and JBL system with the JBL 708i and 705i speakers, demonstrating the latest in theatrical and TV mixing workflows.

Snell Advanced Media will be showing AES-67 signal interoperability with the Studer OnAir 1500 desk on its IP Infrastructure demonstration pod. AES-67 signals will be delivered from SAM routing and control infrastructure to the Studer desk as part of a live IP-based production demonstration.

The NextVR Virtual Reality demo truck will be incorporating the Studer Vista series console system to control audio source production content. With its patented technology, NextVR is the only company capable of transmitting live high-definition, three-dimensional virtual reality content over the Internet, delivering a completely immersive and life-like experience for the viewer.

ENCO is integrating a Studer OnAir 1500 with the DADtv demo in their booth. With the DADtv integrated audio solution providing full multi-channel recording and playback capabilities in broadcast productions, the Studer OnAir1500 and DADtv system can provide a complete system solution for your studio needs.

HARMAN Professional Solutions is also proud to have Diversified Chief Technology Officer, Karl Paulsen, as a presenter in its seminar series at NAB 2016. Paulsen will present a discussion on today’s IP integration challenges. His presentation, IP Migration: At What Cost?, will occur at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, April 19 and Wednesday, April 20 in booth #C2923. Learn more about our seminar series: http://www.harmanpro.com/events/nab.

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