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DaySequerra Eclipse LBR4
Digital radio processor
This four-stream AES stereo audio processor is specifically designed to improve the audio performance of low-bit-rate HD Radio multicasts, DAB and DRM channels with particular focus on stereo at 24kb/s. The Eclipse features DTS Neural Loudness Measurement technology to provide accurate loudness measurements and newly developed psychoacoustic processing with look-ahead gain correction to make audio level adjustments that are transparent to listeners. DaySequerra's proprietary Eclipse codec pre-processing engine has been specially tuned for operation at 24kb/s, 32kb/s, 48kb/s and 64kb/s bit rates to significantly reduce artifacts from lossy codecs and low-bit rate transmission.
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