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SSL Sells 15 C Series Consoles Worldwide

Since the release of Solid State Logic's C100 Digital Broadcast Console and the C200 Digital Production Console at NAB 2003 four months ago, the company announced that it has sold15 consoles worldwid 9/24/2003 8:00 AM Eastern

Since the release of Solid State Logic's C100 Digital BroadcastConsole and the C200 Digital Production Console at NAB 2003 four monthsago, the company announced that it has sold15 consoles worldwide.

C100 Digital Broadcast Consoles have been sold to facilitiesincluding two consoles for the Danish Broadcasting Corporation inDenmark (pictured, with senior engineer Bertil Abrahamsson); oneconsole for NHK in Japan; one console for The Golf Channel in the U.S.;two consoles for SBS in Korea; and one for National BasketballAssociation Entertainment (NBAE) in the U.S. The C200 DigitalProduction Consoles are in action on both sides of the Pacific,including one console each at Nippon TV (Office Terra) and ImagicaAkasaka in Japan, and installations in the U.S. at Western CarolinaUniversity, Underdog Entertainment and Bicoastal Music.

“SSL has been serving the broadcast industry for almost 30years and we have learned a great deal about the demands on facilitiesand operators,” said Niall Feldman, director of product marketingfor Solid State Logic. “The C100 and C200 are designed to offerthe utmost in reliability, while meeting the demanding needs ofbroadcasters operating in a multiformat HD environment. Our consolesprovide tremendous power in a small footprint. We have combined auser-friendly control surface with displays that allow the operator toaccurately monitor all signal paths and operational status. Theconsoles are scalable, making them more accessible to a wide range ofapplications and budgets."

For more on the consoles, visit www.solid-state-logic.com.