Processa com núcleos independentes, FM e HD RADIO. Cada núcleo é ajustável para ter processamento de 4,5,6 ou 7 bandas. Um processador psico-acústico faz com que modulação de 100% seja sentida com a grandeza de picos de 140%. Contém a exclusiva tecnologia “Undo”, um algorítimo “declipador” e expansor multi-banda, que remove distorção das fontes de áudio originais. Corrige, assim, os CDs atuais, excessivamente comprimidos. AGC de entrada de três bandas. Multi-compressão inteligente e clipagem dinâmica dos graves. Tem codificador de streaming embutido, suportando os formatos mais populares de CODECS. Controle por touch-screen de 7 polegadas.
Exclusive “Undo” Technology
“Undo” is a two-step process that restores peaks and dynamic range to – and removes distortion from – source material that has been damaged by over-compression and clipping during the mastering process.
Psychoacoustically Controlled Distortion-Masking Clipper
Omnia.9’s final FM clipper takes into account how the human ear hears and perceives distortion and uses that information to effectively mask it, leaving only clean, distortion-free audio on the air.
Every Omnia.9 comes with a “toolbox” that includes loudness metering, a digital oscilloscope, an FFT spectrum analyzer, and real time analyzer (RTA) to help you adjust your processing and “see what you’re hearing”.
With the addition of a calibrated microphone, Omnia.9’s built-in real time analyzer (RTA), pink noise generator, and parametric equalizer can be used to calibrate any speaker system.
Dry Voice Detector
The dry voice detector is a selectable feature that helps eliminate the audible distortion sometimes evident on bare voice (voice with no music mixed under it) when very aggressive processing settings are used.
Omnia.9’s client software allows full remote control of the processor from any Windows-based PC or tablet, including touch screen devices, on the local network. The remote interface looks and functions just like the front panel screen.
A selectable feature that automatically turns off the 19kHz stereo pilot when Omnia.9 detects that the source material is mono, and turns it back on when the input is determined to be stereo, automatically gaining a 20 dB increase in signal to noise during mono programming.