American Public Media Standardizes on Omnia ONE Multicast
Lower bitrate requires Omnia ONE's SENSUS™ technology
16 Dec 2011, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Tom Nelson has two reasons to smile these days.
First of all, Tom was just named Director of Engineering for American Public Media and Minnesota Public Radio, and all of us at Omnia Audio send our heartiest congratulations.
The other reason is that Tom has standardized on the Omnia ONE Multicast for all Minnesota Public Radio and American Public Media webstreams, most recently those of WKCP and WPBI in South Florida.
"We made the selection primarily because of how it sounds" said Tom. "It manages low bitrate material beautifully, far better than anything else on the market. That, and Livewire capability makes the Omnia ONE Multicast a no brainer for us".
What makes Omnia ONE Multicast such an outstanding performer? One reason is SENSUS™, an Omnia exclusive. SENSUS™ is an audio conditioning technology engineered to minimize codec artifacts as well as restore the fullness and depth that bit-reduction steals. Even at dramatically reduced bitates, Omnia ONE Multicast will deliver superb audio quality and stability.
Omnia ONE features the same processing topology that made the original Omnia processors famous, but at a price which is remarkably affordable. Available for FM, AM or Multicast applications. Application can be changed with simple software download, so your investment is ready for present and future utilization.
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For more information, contact Denny Sanders via email at dsanders@OmniaAudio.com or by phone +188.8.131.5225
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.