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Oral Roberts Broadcast Facility Orders Two Euphonix CS3100 Consoles

(November 20, 2001)
Euphonix, Inc. today announced an order for two CS3100 consoles from the Oral Roberts broadcasting organization in Tulsa, Okla. The new consoles will replace aging ADM consoles in their current location as part of a major facility renovation.

Mike Franklin, director of Southeast U.S. Sales for Euphonix, said, "There was stiff competition on upgrading the consoles in the Oral Roberts broadcast control rooms. Euphonix won out for many reasons, but one was the affordability of the CS3100 console. In many ways its price performance just can't be beat. The CS consoles are an amazing bargain for mid-range broadcasters that aren't concerned with an all-digital path." Franklin noted, "The Euphonix System 5 is truly the premium digital console available today. But many facilities need something a bit more affordable. The CS3100's digitally controlled analog audio fits that need. Plus, the CS is extremely reliable for an analog console. We've installed many where we only had to service them once over several years."

Euphonix has sold CS and System 5-B consoles into many broadcast facilities over the past 12 years including: WCAX (Burlington, Vt.) WFXT (Boston, Mass.), WCPO (Cincinnati, Ohio), KTVT (Ft. Worth, Texas), KCET 7(Los Angeles, Calif.), KOMO (Seattle, Wash.), KLRU (Austin, Texas), Harpo Productions/Oprah Winfrey (Chicago, Ill.), Latter-Day Saints (Salt Lake City, Utah) and Telemundo (Miami, Fla.). In addition, thirteen System 5-B consoles have been selected by Australian broadcasters Channel 7 and ABC. CS broadcast console installs in the U.S. include KCBS Channel 2, Channel 1 News, KNBC, KNSD TV (Southern California), KCNC CBS 4, KDVR (Denver, Colo.), KGO TV (San Francisco, Calif.) and KJZZ-TV (Salt Lake City, Utah).

The CS3100, an analog console with digital control, is the descendent of the original Euphonix 'Crescendo' console designed over 12 years ago. CS consoles are prized for their unique combination of full automation, including moving faders, 5.1 "Hyper-Surround" capabilities, and crystalline analog audio. They are also compact for the number of faders and I/O they offer, and their price is often noted as reasonable for a professional large format audio console.

The System 5 large format digital console is the pinnacle of its genre, and is offered in configurations specifically designed for the needs of broadcast, film/TV post-production and music recording. Through its unique core processing architecture the System 5 is flexible and upgradeable, assuring reliability and a sound investment today and in the future. It operates at an audiophile 24-bit 96 kHz audio quality. And the control surface is laid out so that mix engineers immediately feel comfortable and familiar with it, making it easier to learn and use.

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