5 January 2012, Cleveland Ohio, USA
Mark Williames, Director of Engineering for Moody Radio Group, recently placed yet another Omnia ONE at one of the 37 Moody stations which he supervises.
"We just purchased another Omnia ONE, this time for one of our Indiana FM stations" reports Mark. "Several of our stations are processing with the Omnia ONE, which is the processor which I recommend to many of our stations which are not necessarily in big markets, but want to sound like they are."
Mark continued: "We have found that the Omnia ONE goes toe-to-toe with far more expensive competition. It is every bit as good as those big boys. For the dollar, you can't beat it. That's why we have several in the group".
The 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.
The FM version of Omnia ONE featureswide-band AGC for smooth, "hand on the pot" gain riding, four-band AGC to add dynamic EQ enhancement for consistency and to build density before the limiter stages. Plus, a five-band peak limiter using feedback limiters for the lower two bands (optimized for bass punch and lower mid-range warmth) and feed-forward limiters for the upper two bands. (optimized for sparkling upper mids and highs). Time-aligned, dynamically flat crossover, selectable phase rotator, advanced, fully distortion-controlled pre-emphasized final limiter/clipper. Integrated digital stereo generator with advanced peak control, two composite MPX outputs, SCA input and 19kHz output.
More information about the Omnia ONE for FM is available at http://omniaaudio.com/one/fm For further information, contact Denny Sanders via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at +22.214.171.12425.
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