For sale is ONE (1) used digital multi format level meter/processor. Good condition with some minor scratches/scuffs. Because we have a quantity of these, appearances may vary, but condition is guaranteed to be better or equal to pictured sample. There is nothing wrong with LCD - if you see some missing letters - that is a photo glitch. Serial numbers are unique to each unit sold. They may be different from one depicted in the photos. Power cords are not included unless otherwise mentioned.
The Wohler AMP2-S8MDA 8-Channel Multi-Format Audio Monitor affords premium quality 8-channel analog, AES/EBU, HD/SD-SDI multi-channel audio monitoring and conversion, as well as professional level metering. Each unit features three audiophile-quality drivers and three power amplifiers that reproduce mid range and high frequency information in stereo. The third amp/driver combo outputs summed LF info below the 500 Hz crossover point.
The AMP2-S8MDA also has eight 53-segment high-resolution, tri-color LED level meters that reveal simultaneous VU and PPM. Plus, the front panel features an innovative LCD display of phase/polarity relationships. There are output limiter circuits to protect the speakers and extensive magnetic shielding allows placement immediately adjacent to video monitors with no color impurities. It's this unique design that delivers optimally focused sound for operators in an ultra near-field (12 - 36 inch) working environment.
Besides superior functionality, the AMP2-S8MDA also boasts a modern design aesthetic and the inclusion of optimized speakers eliminates the need for awkward monitor placement. It also enables a higher sound pressure level (SPL) for the audio engineer, while reducing the overall ambient noise and crosstalk that disrupts authentic and accurate monitoring. Although its 2RU unique design with in-rack monitors and high-quality eight channel processing make this unit ideal for broadcasting and other audio processing applications in any environment, it truly shines when used in VTR bays, mobile production vehicles, teleconferencing installations, multimedia systems, satellite links, cable TV facilities and on-air radio studios.