Linear Acoustics

Linear Acoustic® continues to lead the industry towards high quality DTV audio that is naturally compliant. A brand of The Telos Alliance.

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  • 25-Seven Systems

    Linear Acoustics

    The resulting product—Audio Time Manager—became radio’s preeminent solution for real-time compression and time-shifting, and has been used at some of the biggest talk stations in the world. Always on the bleeding edge, 25-Seven then reinvented the profanity delay with Program Delay Manager, adding the unprecedented capability to capture objectionable live content for future review. Now, 25-Seven Systems specializes in audio technologies and products that address unique problems in the industry. Most recently, 25-Seven has produced one of the most disruptive technologies in broadcast history—the Voltair line of water-marking enhancement products, which became one of the hottest and most game-changing products in the industry

  • Axia Audio

    Linear Acoustics

    The foundational technology in all Axia products is Livewire plus AES67—we call it Livewire+—an AoIP protocol that enables high-reliability, low-delay uncompressed digital audio over Ethernet, including audio, logic, control, and program associated data (PAD). Devices connect together using standard Ethernet cables; audio and control routing is accomplished with off-the-shelf Ethernet switches. Axia Livewire+ has built-in compliance with the AES67 standard. That's because Axia and the Telos Alliance are committed proponents of AoIP interoperability—first as charter, supporting members of the X192 Working Group that defined AES67, and now as founding members of the Media Networking Alliance, a group of prominent equipment manufacturers formed to actively promote the adoption and implementation of the AES67 standard.

  • Linear Acoustic

    Linear Acoustics

    Audio over IP (AoIP) has been embraced by the radio side of broadcasting for many years where the myriad advantages of networked audio via the Livewire+ AES67 standard is well known. Now, AoIP is available for television audio thanks to Linear Acoustic AERO.soft™.  The Linear Acoustic SDI xNode de-embeds two separate HD/SD-SDI inputs, converts it to up to 16 channels of Livewire+ AES67 audio, makes it available for processing, upmixing, and encoding in the brand-new AERO.soft Processing Engine, and then re-embeds the audio into two independent SDI outputs. This provides unmatched flexibility, scalability and channel density.

  • Omnia Audio

    Linear Acoustics

    Omnia Audio—part of the Telos Alliance—was founded by Frank Foti, who used audio engineering/processing to enable stations to craft a unique ‘signature sound’ that was louder than anything else on the air, yet with clear sound and minimal distortion. This processing is at the core of Omnia products, allowing stations to stand out among the competition on a crowded dial. Omnia has continued to innovate with leading-edge and solutions-oriented broadcast audio technology and numerous accolades and awards under its belt. In fact, Omnia is now the brand leader in Audio Processing, Processing/Encoding for Streaming Audio, Voice Processing, Analysis Tools, and Studio Audio Processing. Its products are the choice of the majority of the Top 100 rated stations in America, and are used at most major stations worldwide. Omnia continues to push the envelope to give broadcasters the tools they need to amplify, customize, and perfect sound signatures. For a side-by-side comparison of all Omnia Products, click here.

  • Telos Systems

    Linear Acoustics

    Telos Systems—part of the Telos Alliance—was founded in 1985 by Steve Church, a talk show radio host and engineer who was dissatisfied with the poor quality of the on-air telephone calls on his shows. He was also an Engineer determined to do something about it. The resulting Telos 10 telephone interface system was a great success, inspiring Steve to build a business to make and sell the systems. Telos Systems has since become the industry leader in broadcast telephone systems and IP and ISDN codecs. The breakthrough Telos Zephyr audio codec, for example, is one of the most successful digital broadcast products in history, with more than 21,000 in use worldwide. Telos telephone hybrids and on-air talk show systems set the performance benchmark for the industry, and we continue to pioneer groundbreaking technology that pushes boundaries and gives broadcasters the telephony solutions they need for reliability, efficiency, and the best possible sound quality.