Omnia OMNIA.7 Multi-Band FM Digital On-Air Audio Processor

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Up to now, there have been two choices when it comes to audio processing: all the features and advanced audio-shaping tools (with a five-figure price tag), or gear that fits your budget - but made you compromise on performance and capabilities.

No more compromises. Meet Omnia.7FM, the premium, feature-rich FM audio processor that's surprisingly affordable. But low price doesn't mean low performance: Omnia.7FM delivers the powerful, clear and precise Omnia® signature sound that's the first choice of top stations worldwide.

  • "Undo" technology corrects the over-processed source material (so common in contemporary music) by removing the distortion and restoring the dynamics
  • Omnia.7'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
  • Comes with the standard Omnia “toolbox” which includes 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, the built-in real time analyzer (RTA), pink noise generator, and parametric equalizer can be used to calibrate any speaker system
  • Dry voice detector improves quality of voice-only content
  • 3-stage wideband AGC with adjustable sidechain equalization
  • 5-band look-ahead limiting
  • 2-band final look-ahead limiting for HD
  • 4.3 inch/10.9 centimeter front panel touch screen and full remote control
  • HTTP push support for automation, such as dynamic RDS and streaming song titles, preset recall *
  • Studio Output with very low latency for talent monitoring
  • Dual independent power supplies
  • Composite pass-through (relay bypass) for your backup processor
  • Frequency Response
    • +/- 0.5dB 20Hz to 15kHz; 16.5kHz in extended mode.
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio
    • Greater than -80dBu de-emphasized, 20Hz to 15kHz.
  • System Distortion
    • Less than 0.01% THD below pre-emphasis; inaudible above.
  • Stereo Separation
    • 65dB minimum, 20Hz to 15kHz; 70dB typical.
  • Digital Output Level
    • Adjustable from -24dBFS to 0.0dBFS in 0.1 dB increments.
  • Stereo Baseband Output
    • Adjustable from -24.0dBFS to 0.0dBFS in 0.1 dB increments.
  • A/D Conversion
    • Crystal Semiconductor C55361, 24-bit 128x over-sampled.
    • Delta sigma converter with linear-phase and anti-aliasing filter.
    • Pre-ADC anti-alias filter with high-pass filter at <10Hz
    • MPX Inputs have high pass filter <0.1Hz
  • D/A Conversion
    • Crystal Semiconductor CS4391, 24-bit, 128x over-sampled.
    • External sync input
    • Per AES11 Digital Audio Reference Signal (DARS), reference for digital output sample rate.
    • MPX Outputs are DC coupled
  • External Sync Range
    • 44.1kHz or 48kHz.
  • Inputs/Outputs
    • Balanced, EMI-filtered, L/R analog input and output on XLR connectors.
    • AES input and output on XLR connectors, including recognition of external sync signal at 44.1 or 48kHz.
    • Ethernet RJ-45 port supporting 100 and 1000 BASE-T Ethernet.
  • Power Requirements
    • 100-264 VAC, 47-63Hz, auto-sensing.
    • Power Connector
    • IEC male; detachable 3-wire power cords supplied.
  • Power Supply
    • Dual internal redundant supplies.
  • Environmental
    • Operating temperature range: 0 to 50 degrees C (32 – 122 degrees F)
    • Non-operating temperature range: -20 to 70 degrees C (Minus 4 – 158 degrees F)
    • In North America, designed to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant to
    • Part 15 of the FCC Rules (CFR). Designed for U.S. and Canadian listing with UL.
    • In Europe, designed to comply with the requirements of Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and EMC Directive 89/336/EEC.
    • Designed for RoHS and WEEE compliance