Ask The Omnia Guy: "AES192"
Q: Our station just got an exciter that takes “MPX192”, is that the same as OmniaDirect?, or AES192? What’s the benefit of using MPX192? We have an Omnia.9, how is AES192 different than feeding analog MPX?
Glad to hear you got a new exciter upgrade. MPX192, AES192 and OmniaDirect are all the same, referring to running composite MPX over AES/EBU, keeping everything in the digital domain, to answer your first question.Read More
Hosts Philip Grossman, Mary Ann Seidler, Maria Kholodova Telos Alliance announced the AIXpressor, Jünger Audio’s powerhouse audio processor.Read More
InBroadcast Interview with Martin Dyster VP
Martin Dyster, VP of Business Development for Telos Alliance discuss the Telos Alliance program at IBC 2022 with a focus on Telos Infinity Virtual Intercom Platform (VIP), the introduction of the Customer Success department offering Professional Services, and the trend toward virtualization in the broadcast industry.Read More
SCA's new studio featuring Telos Alliance audio broadcast processing equipmentRead More
Telos Infinity™ Virtual Intercom Platform (VIP) has been judged as a winner in the Best of Show in the TV Tech category.
The annual awards program acknowledges outstanding technological innovation within the radio and digital audio space. To be considered, the product or service had to have been introduced to the industry in the last year. Industry experts evaluated the nominees by looking at market relevance, design, business benefits, operational benefits, innovation, technical excellence and cost-effectiveness.Read More
Telos Alliance Axia iQs Virtual Broadcast Console won a RedTech Best in Show Award!
Axia Quasar™ AoIP Mixing Console has been judged as a winner in the Best of Show in the Radio World category.
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