[NAMM] Waves Dorrough Meter Collection
Waves Audio expands its Dorrough Meter Collection with the new Surround Edition.
The collection was developed in association with Dorrough Electronics, Inc., and the new Surround Edition includes the entire Waves Dorrough Meter Collection, with all its advanced display features and functions, plus customized meters engineered especially for surround production environments. The Waves Dorrough Meter Collection—Surround Edition is available in Waves 360° Surround Tools, Waves Mercury and separately.
Displaying both average and peak levels in a single readout, Waves Dorrough Meters let users see the density of the sound. The Waves Dorrough Meter Collection—Surround Edition includes:
- 5.0 and 5.1 Components
- 3 Modes: DTS, ITU/SMPTE, Film/Dolby Digital
- Simultaneous Sum/Diff and Phase Correlations Readouts
Other Features include:
- Sum and Difference Energies for Optimal Stereo-to-Mono Compatibility
- Left/Right Phase Correlation
- Three Selectable Styles: Horizontal (280D/240D), Vertical (380D/340D), and Arc (40AES/EBU)
- Three Selectable Sizes: Extra Large, Large, and Small
- Selectable Reference Levels
- Switch Between Display Sizes and Styles with the Click of a Mouse
- 40dB Scale in 1 dB steps
- Mono & Stereo Components
Users of Waves Mercury and 360° Surround Tools covered by Waves Update Plan (WUP) receive The Waves Dorrough Meter Collection—Surround Edition at no additional charge.
For more information, visit their web site at www.waves.com.
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