RTW TM3-3G Smart TouchMonitor

BPM Broadcast & Professional Media has supplied several RTW TM3-3G Smart TouchMonitors to BNC Broadcast Network Connections for editing suites at the 2018 Winter Games, where they will primarily be used for the ORF in the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) in South Korea, where programmes for the Winter Games are edited.

‘We chose RTW’s TM3-3GS TouchMonitors because they remove the need for a dedicated deembedder,’ says BNC Broadcast Network Connections Managing Partner, Enrico Ganassin. ‘The digital audio outputs are connected to the audio mixing console. The SDI-3G input signal is looped through to the video monitor, which ensures that what we see is exactly what is measured. RTW is our first choice when it comes to audio metering.’

RTW’s TM3-3GS TouchMonitors are part of BNC’s move to increase the capacity of its mobile editing suites, not only for the Winter Games but also for ski tournaments, Formula 1 races, cultural events such as the Salzburger Festspiele and current political events.

The TouchMonitor TM3-3GS is a compact and versatile solution that is fully equipped with all available software licenses for metering, deembedding and monitoring of 3G-SDI audio signals, using a 4.3-inch touch screen for vertical or horizontal use. The TM3-3G’s flexible user interface allows for quick and simple preset selection as well as setting the monitoring level. The compact TouchMonitor TM3-3GS consists of a display unit for vertical or horizontal use, and a remote interface box. With its integrated 3G-SDI deembedder interface, the TM3-3G displays level and loudness of any eight 3G-SDI audio channels. Independently from this, up to 16 SDI audio signals can be sent to eight AES3 outputs.

‘The TM3-3GS’s flexible user interface allows the selection of presets quickly and simply, with just a swipe of the finger,’ says RTW CEO, Andreas Tweitmann. ‘The contained comprehensive set of factory presets are a cross-section of the applications, audio connections and standards, and allow users to start working right out of the box.’

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