The building blocks for your station
A modular, expandable, IP-based mixing system, Type R uses standard networking hardware and soft panels which can be tailored to operator needs. Its three hardware panels can create a variety of system types, it ties in with Calrec Assist for mixing in the cloud, and provides mix facilities for up to three independent mixers to hang off one system core.
Why you need a Type R for TV
Type R’s flexible IP core enables broadcasters to benefit from virtual working practices and automated broadcast workflows on a cost-effective SMPTE 2110-compliant IP backbone. Type R provides fully automated programming with real-time adjustment of unpredictable external factors, either via the web or via highly portable dedicated hardware elements.
Type R makes it easy to get hands on via the Calrec Assist web UI. If preferred, physical banks of faders can be added as well as adaptable soft panels which can be configured on the fly to meet changing requirements.
Automated broadcast environments provide significant Capex returns. Type R quickly connects with station automation systems, while operators can still tweak settings, such as adding dynamics to a mic input, via dedicated soft panels or via the Assist web UI.
Type R is an easy choice for broadcasters looking to invest in a full IP infrastructure with one eye on future development. Its range of DSP options can be changed as required and upgraded on the fly, while new panels can be quickly added by plugging in over POE.
Easy to configure
Physical controls consist of just three slimline panels: a fader panel, a large soft panel and a small soft panel. Touch-screen soft panels have colourful control elements; they can be customised as multi-function panels and changed on the fly.
Powerful and diverse
Type R’s range of DSP packs allow up to 3 x DSP mix engines to run independently on a single core at the same time. These can be remote from the core, creating a cost-effective option for broadcasters with multiple control rooms and those looking at remote working.
Licenced IP models
Type R has support for NMOS discovery and connection management (IS-04 v1.3 and IS-05: v1.1) and is SMPTE 2110 compliant, and has a range of licensed DSP options.
Type R R120
Type R R80
Type R R40
Type R R20
Physical Faders 48 per surface 48 per surface 48 per surface 48 per surface DSP Processing Paths 166 126 78 42 Input Channels 120 80 40 20 Main and Group Buses 30 30 22 14 Main Outputs 3 3 3 3 Group Outputs 8 8 8 8 Track/IFB Output Buses N/A N/A N/A N/A Track/IFB Sends per Path N/A N/A N/A N/A Aux Output Buses 16 16 16 8 Mix-Minus Outputs and Direct Outputs 96 64 32 24 Input Delay 64 of up to 5.4s 44 of up to 5.4s 20 of up to 5.4s 16 of up to 5.4s Insert Send and Returns 96 64 32 24 Path Delay 64 of up to 5.4s 44 of up to 5.4s 20 of up to 5.4s 16 of up to 5.4s Output Delay 64 of up to 5.4s 44 of up to 5.4s 20 of up to 5.4s 16 of up to 5.4s
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We used a Type R plus a computer for configuration. Calrec Assist allowed me to take control remotely if anything went wrong during the show. Type R has native SMPTE 2110 connectivity; undeniably the future of networked audio transport in broadcast production.
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