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Since the mid 80’s, the company went on to pioneered many digital interface products that have allowed a broad spectrum of the professional audio market to convert and edit digital protocols.
Today Audio & Design Reading Ltd has evolved to become a major consultant and systems installer for the Broadcast IT market. The company is widely recognised for it’s dedication to high quality manufacture of grade 1 Video, SDI & AES digital clock reference generators, sample rate converters, digital audio distribution and management modules, desktop digital mixers and digital mic amps. Audio & Design also supply many of the major Broadcast Stations with transmitter level control equipment such as DBL1 voice over digital limiter/compressors as well as automated post production digital audio management equipment.
Above: The renowned F760X-RS Compex Limiter/Compressor which as a sound processor, predominately influenced drum and vocal sound techniques used in the music recording industry throughout the 70’s & 80’s.
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