Those who wish to learn more about Orban‘s next-generation XPN-AM processing technology will have the opportunity to do so by hearing the company’s VP/Business Development at two upcoming Society of Broadcast Engineers (SBE) meetings in the state of Washington.
Mike Pappas will be present at two upcoming SBE meetings, set for early August.
He’ll devote much of his discussion to XPN-AM, a new way to manage audio processing for AM stations. It is the result of more than five years of research by processing pioneer Bob Orban.
Specifically, XPN-AM exploits a psychoacoustic model to maximize the reach and intelligibility of AM transmissions while lowering distortion and reducing listening fatigue.
The proprietary limiter technology in XPN-AM provides loudness, ultra-clean audio with increased speech intelligibility, and improved coverage to AM signals.
Pappas will be joined by John Lynch of sponsor Broadcast Supply Worldwide at
SBE Chapter 51 – Tri-Cities, at Noon PT on August 1. The meeting will be held at KEPR-TV in Pasco, Wash.
On August 6, Pappas and Lynch will address SBE Chapter 21 – Spokane, at Noon PT on August 6. This meeting will be held in Cheney, Wash.
For more information on these meetings and addresses for the meetings, please contact the SBE