Audio Processing - TV



ARC Television Loudness Processor

Introducing Linear Acoustic ARC (Automatic Realtime Control), our next-generation television loudness processor featuring our state-of-the-art APTO® loudness adaptation algorithm

Aero.10

Renowned Linear Acoustic loudness control and upmixing for compliance and viewer-pleasing quality, but with incredible cost-savings for PCM-only applications.

Aero.100

AERO.100 offers the same channel configuration options, processing, upmixing, Dolby coding, and Nielsen encoding options as AERO.2000 in a 1RU solution.

Aero.2000

Built upon the highly successful AERO.air, AERO.2000 combines air-proven loudness control, AEROMAX audio processing, Dolby encoding/decoding, unmatched upmixing via UPMAX II, and extensive I/O features.

Aero 8000 Audio Processing Platform

Enterprise-wide audio and loudness management deployed on a dedicated AERO.8000 processing engine, featuring the same algorithms as AERO.100/1000/2000.

AMS Authoring and Monitoring System

Linear Acoustic AMS Authoring and Monitoring System is a comprehensive solution for real-time authoring, rendering, and monitoring of advanced audio programs for the ATSC 3.0 Digital Television System.

UPMAX

Drawing upon the success of its predecessors, UPMAX v4-D produces engaging 5.1-channel audio from two- and three-channel sources with ease and seamlessly transitions between discrete and upmixed audio.

LQ-1000 Loudness Quality Monitor

Comprehensive ITU-R BS.1770 and EBU R128 loudness and peak level metering and logging for eight channels (5.1+2) plus downmix via AES or HD-SD/SDI audio.

MT2000 Bitstream Analyser

A portable, handheld diagnostic tool that can monitor and generate Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, Dolby E, and PCM bitstreams anytime, anywhere.

SDI xNode

The Telos Alliance SDI xNode builds upon the success of the popular Axia® xNode by de-embedding two separate HD/SD-SDI inputs and converting up to 16 channels of audio to the Livewire+/AES67 Audio over IP formats. The audio is available as a Livewire® network source or can be re-embedded into two separate SDI output streams. Compensating video delay for each SDI input ensures audio/video synchronization is maintained.