Company’s World-Class Audio Monitoring Offered with AoIP Functionality at Affordable Price Points
LAS VEGAS, MARCH 2, 2017 – Wohler Technologies, a leading manufacturer of video, audio and data monitoring solutions, will be showcasing the affordable AMP1-8-M dual input SDI 8-channel audio monitor, AMP1-2SDA 2-channel audio monitor and Audio over IP modules, including Dante™ and Ravenna /AES67, for its AMP2-16V Series audio monitors at this year’s NAB Show (Booth N3417). With the AMP1-8-M and AMP1-2SDA, Wohler is providing unprecedented access to its advanced audio monitoring technology at an aggressive price point. The introduction of AoIP modules for the established and very popular AMP2-16V Series is part of a continued company initiative to bring high-quality audio monitoring solutions into the IP domain.
The AMP1-8-M offers fast, intuitive operation for monitoring SDI audio in the most demanding production applications at under $2000. Ideal for in-studio or remote productions, the AMP1-8-M provides instantaneous selection and summing of any four SDI audio pairs. It features adjustable volume and balance controls, clear display of levels, and phase indications on bright 2.4-inch, LED-backlit LCD displays, with configurations that can be created, saved and recalled via an intuitive front panel interface. Users can monitor through built-in speakers, headphones or analog outputs.
For those looking for essential monitoring capabilities in environments, including OB truck/vans and network/station facilities, the AMP1-2SDA offers Wohler’s high-quality audio monitoring in a compact 1RU 2-channel version. This simple-to-use design offers the capability to select from any available channel pair to monitor. The AMP1-2SDA features adjustable volume and balance controls, clear display of levels and phase indications on bright displays. The unit can monitor via its built-in speakers or headphones with automatic speaker muting when headphones are connected. The unit offers several input options: 3G/HD/SD-SDI, analog and AES3.