RTW Ships TouchMonitor With Ravenna/AES67

RTW has always been a company that focuses on visualizing audio to let audio engineers make informed decisions in professional broadcast, production, post production and quality control. As broadcasters increasingly make the move to networked audio infrastructures, the company is now shipping a new version of its TouchMonitor TM7 and TM9 audio meters. The new audio meters include I/O cards that can be connected to Ravenna or AES67-based IP Audio networks right out of the box.

These new meters align perfectly with RTW’s strategic efforts to embrace networked audio. Last year, Dante versions of TouchMonitor TM7 and TM9 were introduced, and with these new and even more broadcast-focused meters, two key bases within the IP Audio sphere are covered in full.

Andreas Tweitmann, CEO of RTW, said that offering both Ravenna and Dante-compatible meters will serve customers in several market segments well.

“We recognize that many broadcasters today are in a transition phase, moving towards networked audio,” said Tweitmann. “Therefore, it has been - and continues to be - a priority that we make sure any broadcaster who decides to take this significant step is able to integrate our audio metering solutions seamlessly as part of their network.”

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