Inovonics David IV

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Inovonics David IV

Broadcast audio processor

This processor for FM and FM/HD Radio broadcasting features an all-digital, DSP-based design. Comprehensive audio processing includes gain-riding AGC, five bands of dynamics compression and equalization, stereo enhancement and sub-bass augmentation, plus Inovonics' PIPP limiter. Processing is integrated with a high-performance stereocoder (stereo-gen) that includes active and metered RDS combining. The DAVID IV can accept analog and AES-digital inputs, and has two separate composite/MPX outputs in addition to both analog and AES-digital line outputs. The line outputs can be configured for either FM or digital radio transmission characteristics. It may be set up and controlled using the front-panel graphic display and jog wheel, or connected directly to a network for full TCP/IP control over all parameters with a PC and supplied software.

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