New Linear Acoustic AERO Television Processors Arrive

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Telos Alliance, the Cleveland-headquartered broadcast audio technology company, has brought to market its latest series of television audio processors — the Linear Acoustic AERO.20, AERO.200, and AERO.2400.


These products are the direct replacements for the AERO.10, AERO.100, and AERO.2000 offerings from Telos Alliance, which are being deprecated.

AERO.20, AERO.200, and AERO.2400 offer loudness control, upmixing, Nielsen and Verance Aspect audience measurement watermarking, Dolby coding, and flexible local audio insertion for EAS and text-to-speech as their predecessors did.

The big changes include dual independent 3G SDI I/O paths to support 1080p signals, user-selectable metering and logging options for EBU R 128 or ATSC A/85, and an updated Windows 10 IoT operating system to provide additional security features.

“Television broadcasters around the world have trusted Linear Acoustic AERO processors for over twenty years to provide the best-sounding and compliant TV audio possible for their viewers,” said Larry Schindel, Linear Acoustic Product Manager. “AERO.20, AERO.200, and AERO.2400 continue that legacy while adding more flexible and advanced I/O, routing options, and security.”

The AERO.20, AERO.200, and AERO.2400 are available through Linear Acoustic channel partners.

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