Feb 21, 2013 7:00 AM, By Erin Shipps, senior associate editor
Specifically designed for radio broadcasting, the four-channel desktop unit features twoAES3 digital (XLR) inputs, a 7" touch screen, and is available as a desktop unit or as an OEM unit with 16 audio inputs. Similar to the TM7, the TMR7 shows separate true peak and PPM instruments on each input channel as well as a vectorscope and correlator for evaluating stereo signals. Licensing options include an extensive loudness-meter implementation (EBU R128, ITU BS.1770-3/1771, ATSC A/85, ARIB) with graphical and numerical single-channel and summing views as well as loudness range (LRA), MagicLRA and SPL metering. Licenses are also available for an optional realtime analyzer (RTA) and the Premium PPM package with moving-coil instruments. 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. In addition, the convenient on-screen help function makes setting up the unit a breeze. The four audio inputs provided by the two AES3 ports are configurable for mono, stereo or multichannel sources, providing separate instruments for each source. Plus, the GPIO interface for overall control, the Ethernet port and the VGA output for external display units offer further functionality.
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