After being previewed at the Clear-Com booth during the recent IBC Show in Amsterdam, German fiber network giant, BroaMan, has set this month’s AES Convention in New York to formally launch a new feature which allows Clear-Com key-panel to become a control surface for BroaMan systems, including of their Route66 video routing as well as Optocore audio routing.

The two companies have enjoyed a close working relationship over the years, enabling compatibility between the two platforms, and this latest feature is further evidence of the close cooperation the two parties enjoy.

Route 66 Broaman
Route66 - Video marix controlled from Clear-Com

The benefits for customers is that the Clear-Com panel connects directly to the BroaMan system, and can control all features such as standard crosspoint matrix for BroaMan video and Optocore audio, in addition to Optocore's mic preamp gain and any other setting which is normally handled in Optocore Control Software. Going forward, the control surface can be any Clear-Com key panel, simplifying the system control protocol when neither software nor computer are required.

Stated BroaMan Technical Sales Manager, Maciek Janiszewski, “The new control feature provided by Clear-Com is a great software-free application for both small and large users of a Clear-Com/BroaMan/Optocore combination. It shows our mutual commitment to providing complete, state-of-the-art solutions.”

Held at its customary venue, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, this year’s 143rd Audio Engineering Society International Convention will be co-located with the independent NAB Show New York 2017 event. BroaMan can be seen on Clear-Com’s booth N332 as well as their own booth co-exhibited with Optocore, #969

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