May 23, 2011
Shane Toven of Wyoming Public Radio (wyomingpublicradio.net) couldn’t be happier with his Omnia ONE. “We have been looking at doing a full processing upgrade for all of the 27 transmitters of Wyoming Public Radio statewide. With all of these locations, we have to watch our budget. So, we purchased an Omnia ONE and tried it out on KUWV, our transmitter in Lingle. What an impressive box!”
Shane continues: “We have a variety of program content, from talk to jazz to classical, and the Omnia ONE handles everything beautifully….and with stock pre-sets. The features are great, especially the Livewire capability which we use extensively. I am drawing up the budget right now for many more Omnia ONEs throughout the state”. Shane, and thousands of other folks, have learned that you don't have to compromise FM audio performance if your budget doesn't allow for a top-of-the-line processor. Utilizing the latest advances in DSP hardware and manufacturing techniques, the Omnia.ONE FM brings you a full five-band FM processor in a single rack space package. Omnia.ONE FM features the same processing topology that made the original Omnia FM famous, a Wide-band AGC / Leveler followed by a four-band AGC and separate (not integrated) four-band limiter section utilizing a shared precision crossover.
Rounding out the processing is Omnia's advanced pre-emphasized final limiter / clipper......the same that is used in the Omnia 5EX / 6EX. It is what really separates Omnia from the "copycat" competition. Also: a newly designed digital stereo generator with SCA convenience input and 19kHz pilot output for synchronization to external RDS generators.
And don’t forget Livewire capability. Omnia ONE connects directly to Axia Livewire digital audio networks, allowing input, output, and control to be consolidated on a single Ethernet connector for simplified setup and easy audio routing.
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.