10.06.2006 08:00 AM
New Linear Acoustic Aeromax includes aacPlus technology

Linear Acoustic has introduced its Aeromax 5.1 monitoring transcoder, which accepts aacPlus-encoded bit streams and transcodes directly to a multichannel DTS output. Broadcasters adopting aacPlus have access to a worldwide install base of more than 50 million DTS-enabled systems.

The Aeromax-aacPlus Professional Encoder and Decoder uses the open-standard audio compression aacPlus from Coding Technologies. Coding Technologies' aacPlus audio codec is standardized across a variety of platforms as a compression format for digital audio, including DVB, MPEG, 3GPP and other international standards.

For more information, visit www.linearacoustic.com/pdf/LNAC142_aacPlus_Professional_Encoder-Decoder.pdf.



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