Millennia Media, Ardis, MUTEC To Exhibit With Helios |
By Janice Brown
May 9, 2008, 12:34
Amsterdam, Netherlands (May 9, 2008) -- Millennia Media will be showing its HV-3R, eight-channel remote-controllable microphone preamplifier within the larger exhibition of its Netherlands-based distributor, Helios Recording & Broadcast (Stand 2202).
The HV-3R employs the same HV-3 mic preamp circuit found in their HV-3C and HV-3D units; MIDI and Ethernet are its primary remote protocols.
|Millennia Media HV-3R is an eight-channel remote-controllable mic pre|
The HV-3R's MIDI interface allows plug-and play compatibility with Pro Tools HD systems. Its Ethernet interface, coupled with Millennia's AElogic software (Windows XP), offers a wide-range of features, including virtual metering, 10 channel link-groups, extensive scene management, channel naming and scratch-pads and instant system-wide visual data presentation. Automatic power supply voltage and temperature monitoring is included for safe remote operation, even in harsh environments. A rear-panel option slot allows future compatibility with new and existing remote protocols and digital output options. The first option that is being developed is the Millennia AD-R96 eight-channel, 96k, 24-bit AES output card.
See the Millennia website (www.mil-media.com) for a comprehensive listing of technical specifications, news, reviews, key-users, white papers, and more.
A number of brands will be exhibiting with Helios at AES Amsterdam, including RTW, Mutec, PSI Audio, Lynx ST, Roll Music, Argosy Console and Ardis Technology (DDP). Ardis Technologies, also of The Netherlands, will debut its DynamicDrivePool (DDP), which provides shared storage for Pro Tools, Fairlight, Pyramix, Avid, Final Cut Pro and others using SCSI over IP (iSCSI). For more information on DDP, visit www.dynamicdrivepool.com.
|Ardis DDP 8D (8 Drives)|
Mutec will be showing its latest SD + HD Video Master Clocks and Signal Converting products, including the iCLOCK--a synchronizable, high-precision clock synthesizer designed to be the reference in digital audio and video studios as well as broadcast stations. Based on a new concept of frequency generation, developed by MUTEC, the unit offers flexibility for synchronization of different devices to one house clock. For more information, visit www.iclock-net.de.