NTP Technology at IBC2015
Two new plug-in cards for the Penta 720 will be introduced at the show. These comprise an eight-channel line level AES3 (AES/EBU) input/output interface (with optional sampling rate conversion) plus a dual MADI input/output. Support for a full 64 channel analogue input/output configuration will be demonstrated.
NTP Technology has also expanded the range of control options available for the Penta 720 which can now be operated via Pro-Bel SW-P and Avid (R) EUCON protocols.
Designed for use in television or radio studios, outside broadcast vehicles and public-event venues, the Penta 720 incorporates a wide range of inputs and outputs to match the various signal distribution protocols currently in use. Standard features include eight AES3 input/output channels, MADI, redundant Dante IP Audio Ethernet in/outs and an interface for Avid Pro Tools (TM). Up to eight optional cards can be incorporated to match specific operational requirements. All cards are hot-swappable. A mini-module slot is available to accommodate a dual SFP MADI optical input/output module. This module is also compliant with the NTP HotLink/Dual MADI format. A dual redundant power supply is available.
Existing plug-in cards for the Penta 720 include an eight-input line-level analogue to digital converter with optional microphone preamplifier; eight output digital to analog converter; and a 3 gigabit/s SDI embedder/de-embedder.
About NTP Technology
NTP Technology produces high-reliability audio routing and signal processing systems for major international broadcasters, audio mastering and editing studios. NTP products are integrated into television and radio stations as well as production centres, post-production facilities and outside broadcast vehicles. Based in Copenhagen, NTP is part of Dan Technologies Group, one of Europe's leading suppliers of audio, video, transmission products and digital media solutions.