Cleveland, OH (October 18, 2004)–Omnia Audio is reportedly receiving praise from all quarters for the new Omnia-3fm Turbo, an enhanced audio processor that builds on and enhances the proven capabilities of the well-known Omnia-3fm. The new “Turbo” software provides broadcasters with even more control and dial presence, while maintaining the audio purity competitive broadcasters demand.
In a significant addition, Omnia-3fm Turbo now sports a three-band AGC section that conveys a larger, warmer sound in the lower frequencies while maintaining the open, natural texture of the high end. The resulting segment-to-segment quality is smooth and even, giving broadcasters a signature sound imbued with even greater spectral consistency. And a selection of convenient factory presets help broadcasters get up and running in the shortest time possible.
“We love the controls! Omnia-3fm Turbo is so smooth. We have a soft rock format, and the Country preset with a few adjustments works perfectly for us. You can really hear the difference the three AGC bands make,” said David Hood, chief engineer at Emmis Broadcasting’s WENS-FM in Indianapolis.
Omnia-3fm Turbo includes many features not found in other products in its class, including 48kHz sampling with an adjustable, over-sampled three-band limiter and new three-band AGC section; a unique and technologically advanced multiband limiter that employs a feedback configuration for low and midbands, with high bands utilizing a feedforward design; a wide range of factory presets specially tuned to take advantage of the powerful processing capabilities found in Omnia-3 processors. These format-specific presets help users get up and running quickly; Omnia Bass Management controls; and flexible remote software application that can connect via serial, or optional modem or Ethernet ports.
Omnia, a Telos company