SAM-Q-NET is the worlds first dedicated network audio monitor, bringing the benefits of the SAM-Q platform to broadcast IP networks, with support for ST 2110-30, ST 2022-7, AES67 and NMOS.
SAM-Q-NET features onboard redundant 1G Ethernet connectivity, enabling vastly reduced deployment cost for audio specific installations.
Support for ST 2022-7 stream redundancy provides peace-of-mind for mission critical networks, whilst native NMOS support and a TSL RESTful API provide compatibility with all leading control systems.
The SAM-Q range of audio monitors from TSL are unique in their ability to allow you to tailor their operation to the environment in which they will be used. Supporting a number of operational modes which can be enabled and disabled as required, the SAM-Q is equally at home in operational positions in studio facilities to OB trucks, master control positions and playout facilities.
SAM-Q-NET is a remote engineering solution, offering remote configuration and operation from any location. With a range of modes, the SAM-Q can easily be configured to meet the usage requirements and skill level across any application, with lockable menu access to ensure that the configuration isn’t unintentionally changed.
TSL Products’ commitment to supporting emerging IP standards such as AES-67, SMPTE 2022-6 and SMPTE 2110 gave us the confidence we needed in the PAM2-IP to provide the audio monitoring we required at RTL City. Additionally, knowing that we could deploy the PAM2-IP in our new all-IP infrastructure without being forced to change our operational workflows was fundamental to our purchase decision.
Costas Colombus, Director of Technology projects and Support at BCE.