03 August 2005, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Taiwan’s oldest broadcaster, the government-owned Voice of Han, has again chosen Omnia audio processors to help craft their signature sound. Headquartered in Taipei, the Voice of Han Radio Networks broadcast news, music and educational programming to more than 22 million residents of Taiwan.
Seven Omnia-3fm Turbo audio processors, sold to Voice of Han through Taipei-based Interactive Digital Technologies, will be used as part of the ongoing upgrade of their FM transmission system, says IDT’s Moses Chen.
“Voice of Han previously purchased five Omnia-6fm processors for main audio processing, and they are very happy with the quality of the sound,” says Chen. “When they decided to upgrade their STL system, they naturally chose Omnia again.”
Voice of Han’s original Omnia-6 units are in service as main audio processing for VOH’s network program streams. The seven new Omnia-3fm processors will be used at various transmitter and repeater sites for final “sweetening”, says Chen.
Omnia-3fm Turbo is a 48 kHz, 24-bit audio processor with 3-band AGC, adjustable 3-band over-sampled limiter, and a host of features that might not be found in processors costing much more. Omnia-3fm Turbo has won praise from broadcasters thanks to its unique, technologically advanced multiband limiter, which employs a feedback configuration for low and midbands and a feedforward design for high bands, resulting in smooth, crystal-clear audio with amazing competitive loudness.
Omnia audio processing products are used by broadcast professionals in more than 175 nations, including such well-known Pacific Rim broadcasters as China’s Radio Beijing, the Korean Broadcasting System, Hong Kong’s Commercial Radio in Hong Kong and Shiga, Japan’s Radio FM Hikone.
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.