A single AES/EBU cable between a Wheatstone processor and the transmitter carries the baseband signal, bypassing the need for multiplexing in the exciter and eliminating the resulting signal overshoot with associated loudness tradeoff.
Audio switcher and 2013 Pick Hit Award
Six stand-alone mic processors are examined side by side.
HD Radio diversity delay control
Audio control center
Audio editor and 2013 Pick Hit Award Winner
The composite path uses the common AES3 protocol to connect the processor to the exciter.
Spectral audio processor
FM multiplex decoder
True peak limiter
Audio AD/DA/DD converter
Noise suppresor plugin
On-air processors tend to have some standard features. We look at what sets several flagship products apart.
Rev. 2 firmware adds additional features and improves performance of the processor.
KSRM tried this AM processor through a dealer loan and decided to buy it and keep it.
The HR-MCP2 dual-channel microphone compressor occupies half a single rack space, and the dynamic control packed inside it is an overly picky engineer’s dream come true.
The free upgrade offers new features and improvements to provide more flexibility depending on microphones and voice type.
DSP-based radio receiver
The David IV is a five-band processor that has lots of bells and whistles, and includes composite, AES3 and analog ins and outs as well as inputs for RDS.