RTW TM3 TouchMonitor


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RTW TM3

Audio signal monitor

The TM3 includes features of the larger TM7 and TM9 versions and is controlled using a touch-sensitive display. With a 4.3" touchscreen, an exterior that allows for horizontal and vertical placement, PPM and true-peak instruments, the TM3 offers comprehensive loudness metering in compliance with all globally relevant standards, including EBU R128, ITU BS.1770-2/1771, ATSC A/85, and ARIB. Instruments include single-channel and summing bar graphs, an LRA instrument and numerical displays. The basic version handles analog and digital stereo audio, while the 5.1 option adds the support of six-channel digital input. The TM3 comes with a separate I/O unit that is connected with a single cable for audio transmission and power supply.
+49 221 709130
www.rtw.de


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