The Inovonics DAVID IV 719N Audio Processor w/Network Interface includes 5 bands of dynamics compression with equalization, intelligent gain-riding AGC (Automatic Gain Control), Bass and Stereo Field Enhancements, and Inovonics' proprietary PIPP™ (Polarity Independent Peak Processing) limiter. The Inovonics DAVID IV 719N combines a remarkably clean sound with a premium FM Stereo Generator that also includes internal metering with combining for the RDS (Radio Data System) sub-carrier and now the "N" model includes a network Interface.
The Inovonics DAVID IV 719N Audio Processor contains presets for popular world formats, and user settings can easily be saved/backed up and shared over station networks. TCP/IP connectivity is virtually automatic and allows full remote control and access from anywhere in the world.
The Inovonics 719N DAVID IV features a rugged closed box design (no fans or heat-sinks needed), with ultra low latency hardware allowing for direct off-air monitoring, and power to live audio in less than 1 second.
Inovonics is pleased to introduce the new DAVID IV 719N FM/HD Radio Broadcast Processor with Network Interface - adding easy Web Access for set-up, control, and increased networking capabilities to the popular DAVID IV 719 processor.
Ben Barber, President & CEO of Inovonics says, “Adding the Network Interface to our popular 719 processor really gives it two very important features. One, the Web GUI can be controlled from any web enabled device; and two, adding SNMP makes remote management and control a breeze.”
The 719N DAVID IV processor was originally launched in 2011 from the ground up continuing with the DAVID (vs Goliath) tradition of outstanding features, exceptional value and performance in an all-digital DSP-based design. The New DAVID IV 719N model continues to provide the same comprehensive sound processing, but the David 719N now adds an intuitive, menu-driven Web interface for remote set-up, monitoring, and control.
UPGRADE PROGRAM: Inovonics will provide Free upgrades to 719 users that purchased their processors from January 1, 2020 to May 2021 (transport not included). For those with 719 processors purchased before 2020, there will be a $500 upgrade fee + transport to convert their 719 units to the new 719N model.
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