Colin Broad boxes interface between old and new technology
Mike Thornton - Pro Tools Expert
CB Electronics have been very clever in producing one monitor controller that can control any one of 5 units.
Avid X-Mon Monitor Controller
CB Electronics A-Mon Monitor Controller
Trinnov D-Mon Monitor Controller
NTP-DAD AX32 Monitor Controller
Avid MTRX Monitor Controller
Colin Broad has been very clever to be able to create one controller that can work with any of these monitor controller.
He describes the TMC-1 as a large console monitor system without the large console, which fits very well with the trend
away form large consoles that we are seeing in our industry.
Rob James "The man behind CB electronics is the charismatic Colin Broad. Colin who? For years, the film and broadcast community
have relied on Colin Broad's expertise to solve a range of problems in the area of machine and system control.
In fact, you would have to search hard to find a UK film dubbing theatre without at least one of his products,
known to all and sundry as 'Broad Boxes'. They are also a common sight in dubbing theatres across the world.
Because big film dubbing theatre requirements are so complex most of the previous products have tended to
involve a degree of customisation to suit individual requirements".
In 1994 Colin Broad (CB Electronics) received an
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences
Technical Achievement Award in the category of Sound
for the design and development of
EDL (Edit Decision Lister)
which creates encoded timecode track and database
during the initial transfer of the production sound "dailies".
In 1994 Colin Broad was awarded the BKSTS Phil Berkley award for his work in video post production.
In 1996 Colin Broad (CB Electronics) received the Satis-Fecit for the