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RTW Develops Radiocentric Meter

7-inch touchscreen said to be radio-friendly

Audio measurement meter RTW has designed a four-channel metering solution that it says is intended for radio broadcasting.

The TMR7 TouchMonitor is a spin-off of RTW’s TM7 staple touchscreen. The TMR7 features XLR inputs for handling AES3 digital audio.

RTW Director of Engineering Michael Kahsnitz said, “Based on our TM7 unit, the TMR7 TouchMonitor is specifically targeted at users in radio broadcasting environments … It integrates all features required in radio production, two stereo inputs and extensive local configurability in an attractively priced package.”

The main feature of the TMR7 is its 7-inch touchscreen.

A release states: “Separate true peak and PPM instruments as well as a vectorscope and correlator for evaluating stereo signals are available on each TMR7 input channel … Users can move freely scalable instruments to any position on the graphical surface, allowing them to personalize the entire screen area. Views, scaling and metering standards are separately definable for each signal source.”

It offers several licensable measurement schemes: EBU R128, ITU BS.1770-3/1771, ATSC A/85, ARIB along with a real-time analyzer and more.

At the NAB Show, the German company also will promote the recent opening of a U.S. office.

NAB Show Booth: C1844