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Monitor Controller from TC Electronic belonging to the TouchMonitor series.

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TC Electronic introduced its first stand-alone, multichannel loudness meter, featuring touch screen with highly flexible layout options: TC TouchMonitor TM7 & TM9.


In essence, TC TouchMonitor TM7 & TM9 is a loudness meter solution featuring touch screen, a consistent loudness readout and compatibility with e.g. American, European and Japanese broadcasting standards.

 

The TC TouchMonitor TM7 & TM9 is a stereo and multichannel loudness and true-peak level meter, which is designed for broadcast ingest and transmission, but also for post, film and live production. To comply with a given international broadcasting standard, the numbers representing loudness are paramount, and these digits are displayed instantly on the large color touch screen.

 

TC TouchMonitor TM7 & TM9 Main Features:

  • 7” or 9” color touch screen (16:9 TFT) – Loudness has never looked this good!
  • Conforms to international broadcast standards – Including American, European and Japanese.
  • Context-sensitive on-screen help.
  • Flexible screen layout options – Resize and reposition any instrument (meter type).
  • DSP – Parallel display of multiple instruments.
  • Flexible I/O options – Including analog, AES3, AES3id, etc. SDI 3G version available in 2011.
  • Connectivity – Ethernet/LAN, USB, VGA and GPIO ports.
  • Modular software structure – Add optional instruments as the need arises.


TC TouchMonitor TM7 & TM9 online: www.tcelectronic.com/touchmonitor

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