The M2A-FM is based on the M2 HD Radio monitor and shares many of its features.
The monitor features an 8" driver and a beryllium-copper tweeter.
Eight HP switches join the list that already includes Cisco switches.
The mic preamp is essentially a single channel of the Daking Mic-Pre IV.
The testing was conducted in the greater Boston area with Xohm hardware supplied by Sprint Nextel.
The system combines System 6000 algorithms with the TC Electronic Powercore platform.
An improved clipper, rescaled limiter and updates to the GUI software are among the audio processor updates.
The database is the actual NGDC database used by the FCC.
The integration allows Powergold Music Scheduling Software to directly import music available through Yangaroo's DMDS.
With the FCC ruling to eliminate wireless mic usage in the 700MHz band, some existing equipment has to be retuned or replaced.
The .1 release is a free upgrade for all users of True RTA Version 3.
The telephone-based radio-on-demand service uses geographic data to target content.
KFCF in Fresno, CA, claims the first system with a Remora console.
This latest version expands the VP-8 from two modes to four modes of operation: FM, AM, FM-HD and AM-HD.
Axia IP-Audio Driver for OS X beta software are now available.
Optimized for AM, the processor includes a four-band AGC and four-band limiter.
Created for Mac OS X, several new features are part of the version update.
The unit is a small hide-away box that can be connected to any of Alpine's 2007-2008 model Ai-NET head units to add HD Radio reception.
The all-in-one audio processor, stereo encoder and FM exciter received a Radio magazine Pick Hit Award at the 2008 NAB Show.
The four-band processor is suited for studio use or preprocessing.
Several units are now available to test analog or digital AM and FM signals.
The Pocketrak CX adds an upgraded stereo microphone system and expanded memory capability.
Several new features update the new RDS encoder, including compatibility of RDS tagging for the Microsoft Zune.
The Linux printer drivers can be easily integrated with open-source or commercially available disc burning engines.
The new version, 4.0, enhances the teleprompter function in addition to other updates.