New Linear Acoustic ARC Television Loudness Processor IBC2018 release.
Posted on 05 September 2018
Setting a new benchmark in Broadcast Audio the new Linear Acoustic ARC Loudness Control System Provides a User-Definable Loudness Target with simple set up. The Linear Acoustic® ARC Loudness Control System featuring a state-of-the-art APTO® loudness adaptation algorithm from the Telos Alliance TV Solutions Group.
With much of the world’s television audio still delivered in stereo then high-quality loudness control shouldn’t be out of reach in regions where multi-channel audio, high channel density or coded audio aren’t necessarily required. ARC offers a key feature that matters most: The best possible audio and additional features, with broadcasters no longer needing to compromise between audio quality and affordability.
ARC (Automatic Real-time Control) supports two independent audio programs via AES, SDI, and Livewire+ AES67 I/O, making it fully compliant with SMPTE 2110. Its easy-to-use web-based user interface ensures a simplified remote experience on any device, browser, or OS.
Australasian Broadcasters already familiar with Linear Acoustic capabilities will appreciate the ARC’s “set and forget” LUFS output loudness target and selectable profiles, the system is embedded with next-generation television loudness processing in a compact 1RU package.