TSL Products presents regional debut of world’s first uncompressed video over IP audio monitor at Broadcast India 2016

New PAM IP audio monitoring product range now allows the monitoring of the video, audio and associated metadata –

– New MPA product range introduced to Broadcast India 2016 – 

MARLOW, UK – 20 September 2016 – Leading broadcast equipment manufacturer, TSL Products, will demonstrate the world’s first uncompressed video over IP (S2022-6) audio monitors at Broadcast India 2016 on stand B2010. Also on show will be the new MPA family of monitoring solutions, SoundField surround microphones as well as demonstrations of Broadcast Control Systems, Power Management tools and Integrated Display Systems (IDS).


The new PAM-IP range is designed to monitor audio directly from an IP stream, without superfluous format conversion hardware, thereby smoothing transition to an all-IP workflow. It is ideally suited to meet the needs of any facility involved in the production and transmission of live productions such as sports, news, and live events.

The PAM-IP range can monitor video, audio and its associated metadata from either a traditional 3G-SDI connection or a S2022-6 IP stream. It is designed to work seamlessly in a hybrid environment where an SDI, AES and analogue based infrastructure can be monitored alongside an IP-based infrastructure. With this array of connectivity options, the PAM-IP range offers more format flexibility than any monitoring device currently available.

The new MPA family, which offers greater ease of use and excellent sound quality is ideal for established I/O  – such as MADI, SDI, AES-3 and analogue – while also embracing the industry’s rapid move to Audio over IP workflows with support for Dante and Ravenna. The new products are available in two models:

Solo offers the ability to listen to any channel, while Mix enables the user to create a simple monitoring mix. The shallow unit depth of 100mm makes them both ideal for the broadcast OB environment. The built-in web server enables all units to be configured, monitored and controlled remotely via an intuitive web interface.

Swarup Mukherjee, Regional Sales Manager, TSL Products commented, “We are excited to present the regional premiere of our new PAM-IP range at Broadcast India, as well as the latest versions of our core product families. We appreciate that the move to an all-IP world will take time, and believe that, for the foreseeable future, infrastructures will be hybrids where existing standards and technologies co-exist and work with the new. We have listened to what our customers want, and have developed the PAM-IP range with them in mind.”

TSL Products will also demonstrate the latest version of its flagship TallyMan Control Systems, including the Tallyman Virtual Panel. Tallyman sits at the heart of many broadcast operations, co-ordinating critical broadcast infrastructure components, providing operators with a platform to control multiple pieces of kit from different vendors, including routers, under monitor displays, multiviewers and vision mixers. It can be configured to monitor and control all infrastructure elements via traditional push-button or cool virtual touchscreen control panels.