Unique among processors, the FM-55 includes new intelligent five-band AGC technology ó or iAGC ó coupled to a five-band limiter and stereo generator. The combination provides automatic and superior real-time program density control for a consistent, spectrally balanced sound regardless of density variations in incoming source material. Other features of the FM-55 include our five-band stereo enhancement and program adaptive L-R control for multipath mitigation. The FM-55 fully supports the WheatNet-IP Intelligent Network, and is equipped with two analog composite outputs, two SCA inputs, balanced analog Left/Right outputs and an AES digital output which may be switched to deliver either discrete Left/Right or baseband192 digital multiplex signal. Input audio with automatic source failover may be delivered via analog, AES and WheatNet-IP.
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