TC Electronic LM2
A full-featured stereo loudness and true-peak level meter, LM2 is for use in post and live production, broadcast ingest, linking and transmission. LM2's front panel displays the all-important numbers that reveal whether or not a certain broadcast standard is being met. It is also possible to bring up the stats display for even more details, or it can be connected to a PC or Mac via USB to get full, real-time radar screen picture via the included Icon application. It always offers a wide variety of 24-bit resolution audio inputs and outputs including AES/EBU and analog. Digital I/Os are fully synchronous while analog I/Os are scaled in the analog domain for max utilization of converter dynamic range. Analog inputs can even be trimmed at 0.01dB precision.
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