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25-Seven to Introduce Precision Delay

NAB Sneak Peek: Delay box leaves PPM data intact

25-Seven Systems will be at the NAB Show with a Precision Delay that it says offers high-quality, sample-level accuracy and audio delay that’s adjustable from a fraction of a second to over an hour.

Its proprietary, artifact-free time compression/expansion builds and collapses delays smoothly, leaving watermarking data such as PPM intact.

Precision Delay can enter and exit HD “ball game mode,” synchronize analog and HD Radio transmission signals, as well as solve repeater/translator sync issues.

The manufacturer said it’s also suitable for longer fixed time-shift applications, such as delaying programs across time zones. “Precision Delay also provides advanced data delay capabilities, so serial data over IP or RS-232, as well as contact closures can be delayed in sync with audio.”

Its Web server provides control from Internet-accessible locations. It is configurable for AES digital, analog or Livewire IP audio.

NAB Show Booth: C1835

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