01.24.2007 08:00 AM
Linear Acoustic to release new audio TV processors at NAB

Linear Acoustic will unveil its AEROMAX series of multichannel audio TV processors at the NAB2007 in Las Vegas. The new series of processors will provide multilevel processing for two- and multichannel audio programs. Plug-in accessories include metadata support and stereo-to-surround upmixing.

The AEROMAX-DTV Multichannel Television Audio Processor will offer six-channel functionality for surround broadcasting, while the AEROMAX-TV Stereo Television Audio Processor will provide processing of two-channel programming and feature CrowdControl dialog protection processing. The new AEROMAX products unveiled at NAB2007 expand on the success of the company's OCTiMAX 5.1 Multichannel Processor.

For more information, visit www.linearacoustic.com/aeromaxtv.htm.



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