The Hippodrome de Vincennes in Paris (France), has updated its control room broadcast with the first digital console Studer Vista 5 M2 that Harman has sold in France.
The racetrack of Paris-Vincennes, which in recent years has been so well known for hosting rock concerts as by its main function - hosting horse-racing, has recently updated its production infrastructure.
One of the measures taken by the Department has been replacing its old analog mixing console by a digital console Studer Vista 5 M2 of Harman, configured with 32 entries micro / line, 72 out of line and eight AES I / or.
The great enclosure, with capacity for 35,000 people and a great hall of 3,000 meters square, is a place very popular for events equestrian. The main runway measures 2 km in length, although usually only used 800 or 1,600 metres in horse racing. Is for these meetings, that include the famous "Prix d' Amérique", for which is employs the room of control, while the racing in itself is show in a great screen external of 100 metres square, an of them more large of Europe.
"Management of the Hippodrome, SECF company (Société d' promotion du Cheval Français), got in touch with Jean-Philippe Blanchard, director of the Audiopole Broadcast division, the French distributor of Studer." "Were looking for a update for mix them sounds environment and those comments in the Amphitheater, with purposes of reproduction and of broadcasting in live", has commented Blanchard. "The operators were impressed by the quick and easy operability of the Vistonics screen, which offers immediate control over all the functions of the channel, and the new measurement, will give them better control of all incoming signals. "Also pointed out that the engineers can work during hours in the console without tire is".
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