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Calrec supports move to IP with key versatile offerings at NAB 2024

Calrec’s highlight at this year’s show is the new, reduced height variant of Argo-S, the company’s versatile and scalable IP-native mixer control surface. 

This variant combines the meter-bridge and touch UI into a single row of displays, with users able to switch between Calrec Assist full Web UI and full meters on any section, on-the-fly. It maintains Argo’s everything-from-everywhere ethos of flexibility, customisation, ergonomics, resilience, and multi-user workflows in a form factor that will fit in the tightest of environments, or as a drop-in replacement for smaller consoles. 

Argo is fully modular with interchangeable hardware panels and uses Calrec’s time-served Assist UI at its core. This means that whether users are working on physical hardware panels or on a remote graphical user interface (GUI), the user interface is both familiar and easy to drive. Its modular panel system encourages broadcasters to adapt surface hardware to meet their unique requirements, with two mid-level rows of interchangeable panels on the larger Argo Q model, and one, mid-level row on the Argo S model.

At booth C6307, Calrec is also showcasing the ImPulse1 IP audio processing and routing engine, which is a smaller and cost-effective ST2110 version of the ImPulse.

With the introduction of ImPulse1, Calrec has made the move to IP much more attainable for all its customers, offering a range of options to suit all budget requirements. ImPulse1 works with Argo Q and Argo-S control surfaces, and/or Calrec Assist, a browser-based GUI, ideally suited to remote working, multi operator and/or headless operation. To find out more, speak with the Calrec team at NAB 2024, which is taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Centre from April 13-17.

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