With the unprecedented changes occurring in the industry right now, there is a responsibility on technology providers to ensure that broadcasters and media owners are armed with the latest knowledge and tools that will make their lives easier.

With a development roadmap steeped in engineering and R&D excellence, TSL continues to work alongside technical leaders and initiatives such as SMPTE and AMWA to supply eco-systems that are intuitive and powerful across SDI, hybrid and fully IP infrastructures.



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Audio and Video Monitoring for IP PAM2-IP

Customers looking to monitor ST2022-6 and ST2110 IP sources can do so using the intuitive and familiar PAM user interface. The PAM-IP is also Dante Domain Manger compliant, featuring Primary and Secondary Dante ports for connection into Dante networks. SDI, AES and Analogue connectivity is also provided for connection into more traditional infrastructures.

PAM2-IP Front and Rear View with standards and networks
      • Same feature set and operation as PAM2 MK2.
      • Now supports IP Infrastructures whilst maintaining 3G/HD/SD-SDI, AES and Analogue Audio connections
      • Now supports Dante Audio over IP (Optional extra)
      • Monitoring and decoding of Dolby E®, Dolby Digital® and Dolby Digital Plus® (including Metadata)
      • Loudness Monitoring – EBU (R128) and ATSC (A85)
      • 3G/HD/SD-SDI Video Source Monitoring directly on Front Panel.
      • User Programmable Presets
      • Remote Control (API and GPI)
      • Web-GUI
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      • Equipped with 2 x 10Gig/E SFP+ ports
      • Supports uncompressed ST-2022-6 and ST-2110
      • Supports IGMP v3 for Multicast ‘join/leave’ requests
      • Recall of stored Presets also includes Multicast ‘join/leave’ request
      • Equipped with Primary and Secondary 1 Gig/E ports for use on Dante/AES67 Networks
      • Fully compatible with Audinate’s Dante Controller
      • High quality internal full range loudspeaker system
      • Variable LED brightness control
      • Dual 12V DC inputs
      • Control API available
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  • Intelligent PDUs Named 'Best of Show’ at the 2022 NAB Show


    “We are honored to have been selected for this prestigious award,” says Chris Exelby, managing director, TSL. “NAB was a great show for us, as we were able to showcase our latest advancements to our existing and potential customers, in-person. Winning this award for our new power line really solidifies our dedication to advancing our power solutions, and the feedback from the industry has been tremendous.”



    "Since the last NAB show, we have continued to integrate our operations and product lines between DNF and TSL,” says Rob Adams, Director of Sales, TSL. “Our U.S. office is fully operational, and our product solutions are succeeding in a wide array of projects of all sizes and workflows throughout North, Central and South Americas. Getting back onto the show floor at NAB is a great opportunity for us to re-engage with customers, prospects and channel partners to highlight the expertise and exceptional level of product- and engineering-support from our U.S. office.”

  • Routing Control In Audio over IP Networks - Sending the Right Signals


    An IP-based broadcast media network not only comprises a number of devices in different locations but relies on several technical components to ensure everything being networked connects and interacts correctly.

  • TSL Debuts Enhanced Power Solutions at NAB 2022


    Las Vegas, April 6, 2022 – As broadcast workflows become more complex, the call for streamlined maintenance and minimized energy consumption has become a priority. Such challenges call for rugged, reliable power solutions that can be configured and monitored in remote locations, maximizing up-time through the early warning of out-of-band measurements and increasing efficiency through the ability to centralize the engineering function. With this in mind, TSL launches new updates to its Power Distribution Units (PDU) at NAB 2022 (Booth C5240).

  • TSL Debuts SAM-Q-NET and SAM-Q-EDIT AT NAB 2022


    Responding to broadcasters’ requirements for cost-effective, networked audio monitoring, TSL expands its renowned SAM-Q Audio Monitor offerings with the new SAM-Q-NET and SAM-Q-EDIT tools. These latest updates, which will be featured at NAB 2022 (Booth C5420), introduce TSL’s SAM-Q advanced audio monitoring capabilities to an IP networked world, with support for ST 2110-30, ST 2022-7 and multiple control options including NMOS. On board redundant 1G Ethernet connectivity vastly reduces the cost of deployment for audio monitoring where a 10G connection isn’t required.

  • Game Creek Video Relies on TSL for Remote Audio Stream Support


    Game Creek Video, a leading provider of state-of-the-art mobile production units for large-scale live events, is helping sports production stay in the game with its GCV Anywhere IP remote kits. Developed at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, GCV Anywhere is a remote interface for OB trucks that allows production teams to produce and control live broadcasts while off-site, an important safety measure amid the on-going pandemic. When the company was looking to build its kits, it knew it needed a reliable audio monitor that would allow the team to achieve clear, reliable audio mixes to match the broadcast, and the MPA1-MIX-DANTE from TSL Products was the perfect fit.

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“The PAM2 MK2 is an excellent fit for Dubai TV as we move them forward with a 3G-enabled workflow – it really takes the complexity out of complex and critical audio tasks – especially with regards to Dolby decoding and loudness-compliance monitoring“

Mohamed Hamid, Project Sales Manager, Qvest Media