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DaySequerra Delivers 2000th HD Radio Monitor
West Berlin, NJ - Apr 21, 2010 - DaySequerra has delivered its 2000th HD Radio monitor to WBGO, a National Public Radio station broadcasting from Newark, NJ. WBGO purchased one DaySequerra M2.2R HD Radio modulation monitor as well as one M4.0X HD Radio tuner.
WBGO is a publicly supported, cultural institution that champions jazz to a worldwide audience through radio, other broadcast technologies and live events.
At the recent 2010 NAB Show in Las Vegas, David Day, president of DaySequerra was able to personally thank David Tallacksen, WBGO vice president of operations, and David Antoine, chief engineer for their recent purchases.
Introduced at the 2010 NAB Show, the DaySequerra M2DDM Diversity Delay Monitor automatically maintains proper diversity delay synchronization between AM or FM HD Radio stations MPS analog and HD-1 digital audio streams.
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