Doug Irwin reviews the DSP-based on-air radio processors.
Mike Rogers reviews the Omnia-6EX on-air radio audio processor.
Don Mussell reviews the RF mapping software.
WQSX-FM chose the Intraplex for its IBOC upgrade and provides this review.
Audio self-expression can be found in Adobe's multi-track editing program.
Orban's Optimod-PC 1100 isn't a conventional FM or AM final processor.
Dead air is a program director's worst nightmare, and while no station is immune from it, this is easy insurance.
This interface facilitates making analog audio measurements with an oscilloscope.
What's old is new again with a series of Pro Tools effects plug-ins.
It looks unusual, but the Blue Mouse is a real performer.
The Otari DB-10 digital console features 10 input faders and a host of bells and whistles that make this console flexible.
WSM, Nashville, wasn't looking for a new audio processor, but after trying the Omnia 4.5, the change is welcomed as this review explains.
The Aduio TX Multiplex application provides the ability to broadcast multiple audio channels over a LAN.
Early solid-state audio spectrum instruments provided limited resolution, but the MSD100 offers a bright, easily read display of stereo separation and frequency dispersion.
Most digital equipment is woefuly lacking in its ability to display why it is unhappy. Luckily, the Digilyzer displays things such as lack of data compliance, bad cables or poor signal quality.
The Behringer Ultramatch SRC2000 is a digital processor, format converter, signal corrector and a digital distribution panel. It can accept digital signals encoded in any of three formats: AES/EBU, S/PDIF and TOSLINK.
The AT3060 is a large-diaphragm, phantom-powered tube microphone, with shock-mounted, hand selected, tested and aged tubes.
Although there are many software options for evaluating FM stations, there are few software packages to evaluate AM stations. AM-Pro is perhaps the newest package available, and it is proving to be one of the best.
This test system interfaces to a Windows PC via a single USB connection. While the Dscope can be rackmounted with the appropriate hardware, its approximate 12" x 9" footprint makes for a good fit with a host laptop computer, thereby creating a portable, no-compromise audio test system.
More equipment into smaller spaces? This review shows how a rack design can keep things cool.
Local telephone companies no longer support analog dedicated circuits. The PCAU gets around the limitation, as this review describes.
The AudioTX Communicator is a software-based codec that runs on any Windows PC.
Clear Channel Chicago answers the call to the Telos Series 2101.
Critical recording requires critical monitoring; a perfect job for the Benchmark Media DAC1.
WIBW, Topeka, chose a digital exciter for its analog needs today and its digital growth tomorrow.