Omnia One Is Now Available for AM

Features wideband AGC/leveler followed by four bands of AGC and a separate, rather than integrated, four-band limiter section with shared precision linear crossover.
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A Radio World “Cool Stuff” winner last year, the Omnia One processor, originally offered in FM and Internet versions, is now available for AM as well.

The four-band AM processor features wideband AGC/leveler followed by four bands of AGC and a separate, rather than integrated, four-band limiter section with shared precision linear crossover.

The company says features include an advanced, NRSC-compliant, distortion-managed final limiter/clipper with selectable low-pass filters that support AM HD transmission installations, “the same as used in the Omnia ONE’s bigger siblings.”

Further features include Ethernet, RS-232 modem and GPI remote control ports with built-in Web page interface; Livewire I/O Connectivity available; Analog XLR balanced inputs and outputs; digital AES/EBU input, output and external Sync input; automatic input fail-over on loss of audio; universal power input; stereo headphone jack with front-panel level control; and jog-wheel user interface with LED level metering and LCD screen.

Booth: N7620

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