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Denmark's National Broadcaster invests in dScope Series III Audio Analyzer to test routing systemsCambridge, UK, 6 August 2012: - The Danish Broadcasting Corporation (DR) has purchased a Prism Sound dScope Series III audio analyzer in order to test the performance of a new routing system currently under development.
DR is one of the mainstays of the European public broadcaster landscape, with an enviable record in television and radio that stretches all the way back to the 1920s. A founder member of the EBU in 1950, recently it has found itself firmly established on the world stage with such globally successful productions as Forbrydelsen (a.k.a The Killing) and Borgen.
The dScope Series III is an industrial strength audio test and measurement system comprising a Windows PC software application coupled with an external high-precision audio interface processor for equipment-under-test (EUT) connections. Its architecture makes the most of the ever-increasing processing and multi-tasking capabilities of the Windows platform to allow the system to measure many parameters simultaneously - and that means faster. The external interface processor connects to the PC via a standard USB connection making it easy to use with a wide range of PCs, including laptops.
|Prism Sound shake up Audio Test at AES New York 2018 with full-featured high performance audio test solutions from only $3395!
On show for the first time will be the very latest dScope M1 audio interfaces for Prism Sound's dScope Series III audio test & measurement software. . . . (10th October 2018)
|dScope plays a pivotal role at BW Broadcast
Croydon-based BW Broadcast has increased its stock of Prism Sound audio test equipment by investing in two more dScope Series III Digital Audio Analysers, bringing the total number of units it owns to nine . . . (9th September 2014)
|dScope Series III advances with new automation solution and updated soundcard support
dScope's automation sequencer gets a major update and soundcard support now extends to ASIO devices . . . (17th October 2013)
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