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IZotope Unveils ANR-B™ Adaptive Noise Reduction Unit At NAB.


According to iZotope, ANR-B uses iZotope’s advanced noise reduction technology to intelligently identify and suppress environmental broadband noise, hum, phone line artifacts and more, increasing the quality of audio broadcasts involving radio call-in programs and on-location broadcasting. We’re told that unlike other noise reduction solutions, iZotope’s ANR-B actually detects noise in real-time and adapts to changing noise over time, allowing for automatic operation with little to no input required from the user.

Designed to suit a wide range of broadcast applications, the two-channel ANR-B features broadcast connections including analog and digital I/O, LAN for advanced parameter control, and remote automation capability. While ANR-B is designed to automatically determine a noise print, a manual learn function enables the unit to reduce noise of a specific trained profile, adding to the unit’s flexibility.

Key Features:

  • Automatically removes noise from audio in real-time
  • Two channels can work independently or as a stereo pair
  • Includes presets for specific scenarios
  • Residual Noise switch lets user quickly preview the noise being removed
  • Single knob controls noise suppression on each channel for fast operation
  • Learn button allows for manual operation by capturing a noise profile
  • PC/Mac interface for managing presets and designing advanced programs
  • Remote control capability


Specifications:

  • Power – 110/220 VAC, 50/60 Hz
  • LAN – (PC/Mac host connection)
  • Analog Audio – Balanced XLR, Conversion: up to 24-bit, 96KHz, Output +4 dBu
  • Digital Audio – AES-EBU, Impedance: 110 ohms, Interface: Balanced, transformer coupled
  • Sync — DARS, AES-EBU


ANR-B will be available in Summer of 2008 for $4995 MSRP.

For more information, visit their web site at www.izotope.com.
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