Audio Monitoring

Advances in technology enable the creation of ever more exciting content, as well as multiple possibilities for content delivery. Comprehensive audio monitoring tools are simply a ‘must have’ in order to help guarantee content quality and quality of service.

Multichannel audio level meter displays, audio loudness measurement and audio metadata monitoring are at the very the foundation of what we do. However, as technologies evolve, TSL continues to work closely with our customers, developing audio solutions that not only meet their technical challenges but also serve to improve their workflows.

TSL’s audio monitoring solutions:

  • Bring confidence when monitoring both IP and traditional infrastructures.
  • Improve efficiency when integrated as part of a larger control and monitoring solution.
  • Enable new ways of working through providing an intuitive control interface for remote operation.
  • Reduce errors, helping to guarantee both content quality and quality of service.

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SOFTWARE RELEASE - SAM-Q-SDI 2.0A

SOFTWARE RELEASE - SAM-Q-SDI 2.0A

The SAM-Q platform has been designed to provide multiple operational modes and behaviours, allowing newly developed operational modes to be added at any time.

The latest release includes the brand-new audio phase metering mode included as standard, plus additional functions that can be purchased separately and installed as a licenses.


Software Version 2.0A
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Loudness License
  • Log and monitor Loudness data over an Ethernet network.
  • Up to 8 independent loudness probes.
  • Monitor loudness from a mono source right up to a 9.1+4 program configuration.
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MADI License
  • Enables one or both BNC inputs to be switched to and from SDI and MADI with ease.
  • Up to 128 MADI channels available.
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SAM-Q-EDIT
  • Allows all aspects of the SAM-Q to be configured remotely within an ‘off-line’ application.

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