09 June, 2010, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Omnia audio processing will be featured at Broadcast Asia 2010 in the Telos-Omnia-Axia stand #7C2-01/B. On display:
NEW Omnia.11 FM Broadcast Audio Processor
Just when broadcasters thought on-air audio processing couldn’t get better or louder and “new and improved” meant more of the same, Omnia Audio introduces the new Omnia.11 audio
processor. It’s a complete re-think of broadcast processing five years in the making.
The goal – restore the quality and cleanliness to a station’s sound that’s often lost with heavy processing, without any sacrifice in loudness. The signature winning Omnia sound is still there,
but every stage of processing and the hardware platform itself is all new. Was the goal achieved? At NAB 2010, the panel of judges for all three major radio publications said a resounding YES!
The legendary Omnia processor that helped win ratings and boost revenue of major market leaders all over the world. Clean, loud, shaking bass if you want it. Five-band AGC, six-band limiter, composite clipper, FM stereo encoder.
Omnia.8x Multi-Processor for Streaming and Studio
Eight stereo processors in one compact 2RU box, ideal for streaming Internet audio, network delivery systems cluster installations, digital radio multicasts, and headphone monitoring. Omnia.8x dramatically improves the sound of your feeds with the power, punch and purity of Omnia audio processing.
Omnia-quality processing for facilities on a financial or space budget. Omnia.one FM, a space-efficient 1RU processing, features the topology that made Omnia famous: a wide-band leveler followed by a four-band AGC and separate four-band limiter, and Omnia’s advanced preemphasized final limiter/clipper.
Experience these products and more at Broadcast Asia 2010 – Singapore Expo, in the Telos-Omnia-Axia exhibit in stand #7C2-01/B. For Omnia media information, contact Angi Roberson at firstname.lastname@example.org, +1-216-241-7225 or visit www.OmniaAudio.com.
Omnia, a Telos company, is world-renowned for its digital audio signal processing expertise. Omnia audio processors for FM, AM, TV, HD Radio & DAB, Internet, and audio production are setting new standards for professional audio quality.