We have tailored a special version of System 6000 MKII that is optimized for production with broadcast in mind. It comes fully equipped and gives you a wealth of pristine algorithms.
Broadcast 6000 also facilitates live program mixing, making it the ideal solution for sports, gameshows or concerts. Ultimately, during live transmission, Broadcast 6000 becomes your number one toolbox as well as your safety net.
Also, by adding more speakers you can upgrade any conventional OB van or stereo editing suite to a full-blown 5.1 studio with loudness meters and calibrated listening.
Tailored for Broadcast ProductionEqually Great for Post Production and Live Program Mixing
Complete Production ToolboxLoudness Metering, Logging & Correction, Upconversion & Downmix, Monitor Controller
System 6000 MKII PlatformThe Audio Backbone of Thousands of Film and Music Studios Around the World
Tailored for Broadcast
Broadcast 6000 is tailormade for broadcast production - post or live alike.
Starting in the 80's, we pioneered the field of digital audio and later we did the same regarding perceived loudness. Since then, we have provided the pro audio and broadcast markets with state-of-the-art tools.
With Broadcast 6000 we have collected all of the tools we know broadcasters use with System 6000. Plus we added our AM6 Annoyance Meter to top off the package.
In other words, it has become even easier for you to find the right combination of tools for this legendary platform. We have simply gathered and pre-installed the full package so the system is ready to perform right out of the box.
Broadcast 6000 includes our legendary LM6 Loudness Radar Meter for a complete loudness overview at a glance, while ALC6 corrects loudness transparently in real time.
UnWrap HD lets you upconvert a stereo signal into a convincing 5.1 surround version. Plus you get Dmix to go the other way around - from 5.1 to stereo.
For cinema production - such as movie trailers - you get the AM6 Annoyance Meter that complies with the TASA standard.
On top of that, you also get a wide variety of tools such as multiband dynamics, EQ, precision summing mixer and 5.1 monitor control.
The hardware platform of Broadcast 6000 has been tested intensively in the most demanding production environments since 1999.
You will find System 6000 in literally thousands of world-leading recording, film, post and mastering studios all over the world, and in quite a few OB vans and broadcast production studios as well.
The platform has won no less than three of the prestigious TEC Awards over the years. In 2000 for the original System 6000, in 2005 for Mastering 6000 and in 2010 for System 6000 MKII.
Broadcast 6000 Tools
Complete loudness overview at a glance, including Loudness History, Momentary Loudness, True Peak Level and universal descriptors that can show e.g. Program Loudness, Loudness Range.Learn More About LM6
Automatic Loudness Correction Processor delivering high-resolution, low-latency loudness control in a world full of level jumps between programs.Learn More About ALC6
Our UnWrap HD algorithm is the go to upconverter for film and mastering professionals. The sheer sound quality you achieve during upconversion is unrivalled and can be heard in countless cinema movies and music tracks.Learn More About UnWrap HD
Downmix, loudness-process and true peak limit any mono, stereo or 5.1 source. Input formats are detected automatically.Learn More About DMix
The AM6 radar combines an intuitive and efficient way of visualizing annoyance of stereo or 5.1 content over time, while the integrated Leq(M) number indicates the status of the entire trailer or commercial.Learn More About AM6
Loudness Control, Level Optimize and Peak Limit your audio stream. You can even configure to Stereo, Wide Stereo or Dual Mono.Learn More About ATX/DTX
High-resolution dynamics processor for multichannel signals. This algorithm gives you a sophisticated approach to dynamic range control.Learn More About MDX 5.1
Compressor, Expander and Limiter for multichannel signals in one algorithm. Extensive linking and priority parameters enable you to control your processing with precision.Learn More About MD 5.1
Advanced, high-resolution, multiband dynamics algorithm that includes the innovative DXP mode, allowing you to lift up low-level detail individually in each band.Learn More About MD4
This high-resolution, multiband dynamics processor has been the industry standard for more than a decade. It will split your audio into individual frequency bands before expanding and compressing.Learn More About MD3
Brickwall Limiter 2
The ultimate True-peak protection of your signal without sacrificing loudness. We've designed this processor to show if a signal is contaminated with 0dBFS+ peaks - and to remove them.Learn More About Brickwall Limiter 2
Six mono channels of 4-band fully parametric EQ. Use this analog-sounding effect alone or in conjunction with other algorithms.Learn More About EQ 5.1
Support your surround productions with a palette of various Level, Test, Bass Management and Downmix tools.Learn More About Toolbox 5.1
Digital 8-Channel Mixer. Achieve maximum resolution with the intelligent limiter, advanced digital summing mixer, accurate delays and bit pattern transparency.Learn More About Matrix 88
Expand With Even More Tools
Apart from the wealth of included algorithms listed above, you can add even more worldclass audio tools.
No matter what your main area of production is, you might find optional tools that will fit into your workflow.
Suffice to say, I left that night feeling very excited with a huge grin on my face. It's been quite a while since outboard gear has done that to me.Check out the full review by Audio Media
I could find nothing to fault with this machine. It is stunningly simple to use, incredibly versatile, and sounds absolutely superb.Check out the full review by Sound on Sound
The S6000 offers an unprecedented range of capability for a single device and its designers have made a determined effort toward sonic excellence throughout.Check out the full review by Pro Audio Review
The S6000 is a pleasure to operate. During the course of this review, it was difficult to pinpoint any inadequacies within the system. Ergonomically, it is easy to navigate and sonically beyond reproach.Check out the full review by Mix
For serious multichannel music or postproduction work, this surely rates as a ‘must-have’.Check out the full review by Resolution (PDF)
Total Control with the TC ICON Remote
We know you'll love working with our intuitive and innovative TC ICON Remote. We've even included the remote as software so you can also run it on your Mac or PC.
- Incredibly Fast Touch Screen and Faders Response
- Intuitive and User-friendly Interface
- Controls Even More TC Studio and Broadcast Units with Dual Ethernet and Dual USB Ports
- Integrate Multiple Mainframes and TC ICONS/Editors Into Your Network
Your TC Icon display gives you an astonishingly fast and flexible way to connect your 16 physical I/Os to your 32 Internal Engine I/Os.
- Visual overview of all I/O connections
- Run all I/Os simultaneously - at 96 kHz
- Parallel and Serial Routing of Engine I/Os
- Output various standards of 5.1 channels with ease
- Physical inputs feed several Engines simultaneously
- Mix Engine outputs on Physical outputs
- Store Routings separately from processing settings
With the System 6000 MKII hardware platform, you'll always have the best possible signal path for your sonic creations:
- Up to 16 Physical Input and 16 Output Channels
- All Channels Run up to 96kHz Sample Rate
- AES/EBU or Analog - or a Mix Between Them
- State of the Art AD/DA Converter Cards (ADA24/96)
- The Potential to Configure a Total of 6 AD/DA Converter Channels
Your System 6000 MKII always includes a Mainframe with 8 channels AES/EBU I/O, the TC Icon Remote as hardware as well as software for Mac and PC. But we want to you to know that you have even more options:
Two-Channel Analog Reference Quality I/O Module
Up to three of these ADA2496 cards can be fitted into one Mainframe, giving a total of six analog reference quality I/Os.
Additional 8 AES/EBU I/O Channels Card
System 6000 MKII is born with 8 channels of AES/EBU and one additional AES/EBU-8 card can be inserted into the Mainframe. The I/O connector is a 25-pin D Sub type and we've provided a D-Sub to XLR connector snake with the card.
500 Scene, 500 Routing and 1000 Engine User Present Locations
Our 1 MB PCMCIA Card gets you direct access to these from the library pages on the Icon Control.
A standard four-port Ethernet HUB that you can use to set up networks for multiple mainframes, TC Icon remotes and computers using Mac or PC-editors.
There are many aspects to loudness, and keeping track of all of them can be a challenge. Therefore, we have created a dedicated loudness website, where all of these aspects are outlined, explained and discussed.
The site is an answer to the highly relevant
"What Is Loudness, and Why Is It Important?"
Triple TEC Award Winner
Our System 6000 platform has been praised right from the start. Not only by the pro audio press, but also by the TEC Foundation.
After the introduction of the original System 6000, the platform received its first TEC Award in 2000. Five years later, Mastering 6000, won another TEC Award. Finally, we received a third TEC award for the MKII version in 2010.
We are proud and honored, but we don't rest on our laurels. We stand comitted to continuously refine the platform by developing new state-of-the-art tools and software.
System 6000 has stayed ahead of the curve for more than a decade, and we intend to keep things that way!
In the Press
Our history in digital audio dates back to 1985 and as pioneers in loudness, we took part in research studies and the definition of international broadcast standards right from the start.
Over the years, we have even donated technology that is now part of these open, international standards.
That is why world-leading broadcast magazines often invite
us to share our knowledge with their readers.
Broadcast & Production Sales Team
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