Brio36, and the new Brio12, are the most powerful and compact digital broadcast audio consoles in their class. They have a comprehensive broadcast feature set to support a wider breadth of broadcasters, and the same market-leading levels of quality and customer support which Calrec is renowned for. The smallest in Calrec’s Bluefin2 family, Brio’s control surface is unlike any other console. Brio36 is 892mm wide with a 36 dual-layer fader surface, while Brio12 is only 484mm with with standard trims, and just 430mm with Calrec's slim trim option. Additional expansion I/O slots are also fitted to allow for further I/O to be connected, while the Brio36 also has I/O built directly into the rear of the console. A Hydra2 module can be fitted to connect to and share audio over Calrec’s Hydra2 network. This means Hydra2’s sophisticated management facilities can be utilised for network-wide control, including interfacing with multiple Video and Audio over IP networks such as SMPTE2022, Dante, AES67, Ravenna and Soundgrid. This protects the system against any future formats that may emerge and allows the console to sit on multiple networks simultaneously if desired. With lots of delay resource, dynamics, integrated talkback, and multiple monitor outputs, Brio is broadcast-ready with no compromise or workarounds. Get up and running with our series of Brio how-to videos here. Features 36 x dual layer faders (Brio36), 12 x dual layer faders (Brio12). 64 legs assignable as mono, stereo or 5.1 Input Channels (Brio36), 48 legs on Brio12. 6 band EQ on every channel, group, aux and main path. Dynamics on every path, including Expander / gate / ducker, sidechain EQ, key inputs, compressor and multi-band compressor. 36 legs assignable as mono, stereo or 5.1 Mains or Groups. 24 legs assignable as mono or stereo auxes. Automatic Mix-Minus. Off-Air Conference. An extensive range of Hydra2 I/O
With the introduction of the bright and bold new Brio, Honda Motor Southern Africa offers an exciting and affordable alternative in the entry-level hatchback market. The stylish and nimble Brio, aimed at the younger first-time car buyer, fits in below the Jazz in the local Honda model line-up and will be available in both manual and automatic in Comfort trim specification with service plan as standard. The Brio’s name was derived from the Italian word for “verve”, “vigour”, “cheerfulness” and “energy”. This aptly describes Honda’s first entry into the growing and increasingly important segment which will allow budget-conscious buyers to experience the brand’s famed product quality, driving dynamics, fuel efficiency, spaciousness and safety in a new and affordable package. Advanced technology is epitomised by the sprightly 1.2-litre i-VTEC engine, new to South Africa, which delivers both sparkling performance and frugal fuel economy. The latest-generation four-cylinder unit employs intelligent, electronically controlled variable valve timing and four valves per cylinder to produce a lively 65 kW of power at 6 000 r/min, and 109 Nm of torque at 4 500 r/min – good enough to propel the manual version to 100 km/h in just over 12 seconds. The Brio features active and passive safety technologies including dual SRS front airbags, Anti-lock Brake System (ABS), Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD), front pretensioner seatbelts with load limiters. With their Comfort level specification, the two models also have manual air-conditioning as standard, headlight off and ignition key off reminder, a day/night rearview mirror, a passenger vanity mirror, an audio system with USB and Aux inputs as well as remote central locking and an immobiliser.
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