Mumbai-based PA company, Roshni Audiomatics, recently invested in an Allen & Heath dLive S Class mixing system, comprising a S7000 Surface and DM64 Rack, in preparation for the live broadcast of popular singing show, Rising Star, on the Colors TV Channel.
Established for over 20 years, Roshni Audiomatics’ client base encompasses all of the major channels and production houses in the region. The dLive system was purchased from Delhi-based distributor, Sun Infonet, after the TV Channel’s sound engineer, Mahesh Amberkar, had tried and tested it.
“I am really happy with dLive as it fulfils all of the requirements needed for any live telecast show. The Surface is user friendly, and I am very impressed with the extremely low latency and the EQ, which is superb,” says Mahesh Amberkar.
The Rising Star show generates 108 inputs and 60 outputs, including the band, presenters, judging panel and contestants. dLive manages the floor monitoring, and provides the broadcast feed.
“dLive is a game changer as it has ample headroom, is easy to operate, especially with its dual-screen capability, and has tremendous capacity and flexibility, due to its many networking options,” concludes Roshni Audiomatics’ owner, Prakash Ahuja.