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Deva Broadcast DB6000
FM and digital radio audio processor
The ultra-low latency DSP-based design of DB6000 guarantees the broadcasters control over the most important sonic parameters and assures clean, artifact-free audio. The processing includes dual stage wideband AGC with "intelligent gating," multiband adjustable range equalizer, advanced multiband peak limiter and sophisticated distortion controlled pre-emphasized final clipper. DB6000 has an integrated DSP-based stereo encoder with advanced peak control and two independently configurable composite MPX outputs. The encoder assures an extremely precise MPX Signal. The built-in IP Audio player supports MP3, AAC+ and PCM audio formats.
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