In a crowning achievement, Studer recently sold OnAir 3000 digital consoles to some of the worldâ€™s most prestigious broadcasting companies, and in the process, sales of the OnAir 3000 have now surpassed the 1,000 markâ€”a testament to the productâ€™s popularity in even the most demanding broadcast applications.
â€œToday we celebrate a milestone, as we have now sold more than 1,000 OnAir 3000 consoles,â€? said Keith Watson, Marketing Director â€“ Mixing. â€œWe designed the OnAir 3000 for the medium to upper segment of the broadcast market and we have enjoyed tremendous success, thanks to the productâ€™s tremendous ease of use and versatility. To that end, itâ€™s only fitting that we surpass the 1,000 mark with sales to three of the most successful broadcasters in the world.â€?
Recent purchases of OnAir 3000 consoles include: the BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), the largest broadcasting organization in the world; Rede Globo of
Brazil, the largest television network in Latin America and the third largest network in the world; the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, the national broadcaster for Denmark; TRT (Turkish Radio and Television Corporation), the national public broadcaster for Turkey; ERTU (Egyptian Radio and Television Union), which runs the internationally-recognised television station Nile TV.
The Studer OnAir 3000 features a wide range of compact and elegant control surface modules and incorporates Studerâ€™s patented â€œTouch-n-Actionâ€? philosophy, using colour GUI screens. The OnAir 3000 design is based on a completely modular desk and a new DSP engine. The fader module includes six fader strips, and up to eight fader modules may be fitted, giving a maximum console size of 48 faders. Layout options range from a highly comprehensive engineer-operated continuity console to a single fader panel for DJ and newsroom use or even a PC-operated system with no physical desk controls.