New DaySequerra HD-R Tuner Does Double-Duty

New DaySequerra HD-R Tuner Does Double-Duty
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DaySequerra says it has an HD-R tuner that swings both ways - for consumer and professional use.
The company intends to launch the M4SE HD Radio tuner at NAB. The unit detects the presence of HD2 channels in addition to the main digital signals and analog signals. DaySequerra President David Day said engineers and PDs asked for a version they could use outside their studios to demonstrate their HD Radio programming. He described the special edition M4SE as a high-end professional and consumer use tuner.
The M4SE includes synthesized, pushbutton tuning for AM and FM bands including multicast channels with 20 preset stations each for AM and FM, optional proprietary Class-M audio output circuitry delivering +4dBV on XLR connectors, transformer-isolated 110-ohm XLR for AES digital audio output, 5.1 surround capable, a Class-A headphone output with recessed gain control on the front panel and a slim-line IR remote control. Users can add a satellite radio or Internet streaming audio module.
The unit begins shipping in May and lists for $2,595.
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