Radio IASI selects AVC Group and Centron for studio upgrade
The strength of the AVC Group and the partnership with CENTRON Vienna, have generated a breakthrough into the European Union market.
In autumn 2010 the National Radio of Romania (SRR) has issued an international tender procedure for the provision of system integration of several types of state-of-the-art audio and communication technologies for their regional studio, Radio Iasi. Radio Iasi is a major regional public radio station from Iasi, Romania, broadcasting two programs throughout the eastern part of the country.
Owing to the knowledge and experience of its experts, as well as to its extensive sales programme, the AVC Group has been selected for the execution of the project. By now, the factory acceptance and the delivery of equipment to the end user has been finalised. The installation is scheduled for early spring 2011, while the completion of all works is planned for the beginning of summer 2011.
So far the project was being executed by mutual resources of the AVC Zagreb engineering team and the company CYBER, the local division of CENTRON Romania, and in the final stages with the participation of the SRR specialists. The Austrian offices of AVC and CENTRON attended to the logistics.
Radio IASI uses STUDER OA2500 digital mixing consoles, STUDER Route6000 routing system with STUDER MUSIC – multichannel signal metering application, VSM system control and monitoring by LSB, and NETIA Radio-Assist 8 digital audio software suite for acquisition, sound file editing, commercial and music production, scheduling, multicasting, data security, and administration. The Radio also uses equipment from other renowned manufacturers like TELEX/RTS digital intercom system, HARRIS processors, TASCAM CD players, GENELEC active monitor speakers, HP computers and peripherals, AXEL signalizations, OMNIA audio processors, TELOS hybrids, RTW instruments, GHIELMETTI patch panels, and many more.
A total of three control rooms with accompanying studios are going to be built, along with the production and postproduction studios and the main control room for monitoring and switching of all lines.
The station will be broadcasting two programmes via FM and web stream.