Emaus Radio deploys AEQ technology
- 17 June, 2022
ESP: Emaus Radio was founded in 1995 as a social and religious radio station of the Archdiocese of Poznań in Poland. Emaus Radio's schedule features a wide variety of local content programmes that currently reach one million Polish listeners according to the latest national audience research.
Emaus Radio broadcasts on FM and online, many informative, cultural, educational, religious and musical programmes, always faithful to the station's motto, that a good radio will accompany listeners
on a good day.
Emaus Radio operates three modern ONAIR studios at its new headquarters, including a professional voice-over studio, which offer the latest technological solutions in the field of broadcasting and production of radio programmes. As the heart of the system, the technical director of Emaus Radio relies on AEQ digital audio mixers.
For the main broadcasting studio, Emaus Radio has a 12-fader AEQ FORUM IP SPLIT digital console, while in the secondary studio, they have installed an 8-fader AEQ CAPITOL IP digital console.
AEQ FORUM IP SPLIT is a digital audio mixer designed for ONAIR broadcast control in two formats, in-ceiling or desktop. They incorporate all the basic features necessary in this type of environment: automatic monitor cut, cough cut, faderstart, signalling control, control signals for the automation of external equipment, management of external communications, intercommunication, etc.
With its modular design and reduced size, AEQ FORUM IP SPLIT adapts perfectly to different scenarios: self-control, control-studio, TV production controls, sound production, mixed configurations, integration in large installations, etc. Simplicity and control power are combined in the FORUM IP consoles to cover both basic and advanced operation needs.
AEQ FORUM IP SPLIT can be equipped with AoIP multi-channel input and output cards compatible with the new AES67 protocol via DANTE™ technology. Through this connectivity, signals can be picked up and delivered to other consoles, routers, and other input and output terminal equipment from over 300 different manufacturers. It is also possible to choose MADI connectivity, and can be equipped with up to two internal digital telephone hybrids.
The entire project has been coordinated and implemented by DTS-Lubinsky, AEQ's local partner in Poland.