Even though licensed as a community radio station, Hope 103.2 puts a 50,000-watt ERP signal into Sydney. Its mission is to deliver a positive message of hope.Read More
Professionals in Mexico have particular concerns about the audio over networks, says Juan Punyed, director of sales for Latin America and Canada for The Telos Alliance.Read More
Topics: Radio Audio Processing
Mention Axia installs to most engineers and they'll usually conjure up images of multiple Element consoles, engines, nodes and processors all linked together with Livewire. But KQHE 92.7 in Fairbanks, Alaska is living proof that you don't need to be nearly that big to reap the benefits of IP audio with Livewire. The newest radio station in The Last Frontier is starting out with one Axia DESQ console, an Omnia ONE FM processor, Telos Z/IP ONE IP codec and an Hx1 phone system. That's it.Read More
Resolving audio delay issues with the Omnia.9
Sanif Sentosa of CityRadio 95.9 in Indonesia writes:
I've just purchased and installed my Omnia.9 Processor. We use it for Stereo FM, HD Radio and Streaming. I've got a problem in the latency. There is approximately 1-2 seconds delay between the output from my mixer and the output of the audio processor. Could you please help me with that?Read More
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