Omnia Releases 7AM Audio Processor

Sibling to Omnia’s 7FM processor
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CLEVELAND�Shipping has begun on the Omnia.7AM audio processor, according to the Telos Alliance. The new product is the sibling to Omnia�s previously released Omnia.7FM processor.

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With technology designed to address AM�s spectrum challenges, Omnia.7AM has many of the same features as the 7FM, but its processing infrastructure, bandwidth and output signals are specially engineered for the AM spectrum. One such technology is the Psychoacoustic Controlled Distortion Masking Clipper that analyzes and masks distortion perceptible to the human ear. It also has the Dry Voice Detector, which applies processing for clearer voices on talk content. Proprietary Undo technology is also available to remove distortion and re-create peaks sliced from compressed digital music and content.

The processor also offers sonic tools that include Real-Time Analyzers, built-in oscilloscopes and FFTs. Additional elements include a three-stage wideband AGC with adjustable sidechain equalization; program-dependent two-to-five multiband AGCs and limiters; dual independent power supplies; and a relay bypass for backup processor. The Omnia.7AM can be accessed from anywhere with remote control and metering tools accessible from networked Windows-based PCs and tablets.