In the end, the Omnia.11 won
29 October 2012
After extensive, on-air comparisons of all processing options, Orlando's WHKQ (KQ103) has decided on the Omnia.11 as their final choice.
"We tried others, but we're keeping the Omnia.11" says Bill Sullivan, Chief Engineer. "We are most impressed with the clarity of this unit."
"When the Omnia.11 at KQ103 was first deployed on the air not long ago" says Sullivan "the GM and PD were literally thrilled with it. We didn't want to give it back"
Sullivan concluded "The boss has got really good ears".
I think that goes without saying.
For more information about Omnia.11, visit http://omniaaudio.com/11 or contact Denny Sanders at firstname.lastname@example.org, or at +1.216.241-7225 Press-ready photos are available from the Omnia Image Gallery at OmniaAudio.com/gallery/ .
Omnia.11 is strictly for mission critical FM and FM/HD processing, where maximum firepower is required in an extremely competitive environment.
Switchable Single Sideband Suppressed Carrier (SSBSC) technology for potential reduction of multipath is standard feature. Read about the advantages of SSBSC technology at http://omniaaudio.com/downloads/white-papers/MPX-SSB-White-Paper.pdf.
See Omnia Founder Frank Foti's SSBSC NAB presentation on Omnia Audio's YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/omniaaudio?feature=results_main
A front panel touch screen GUI, on a 10.5" diagonal screen, provides ease of use and enhanced metering and diagnostics. Remote access is via any web browser, as well as a local onboard WI-FI connection. Laptops to iPads will have access. Livewire, AES/EBU digital and analog I/O are standard. Fanless cooling. Rugged 4 RU chassis.
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