The audio processing field has rarely been as crowded as it is today. Picking the right processor for a station takes time, effort, and a good ear. Chad Owens went on that search.
Lotus Radio Corporation owns three FM and two AM stations in the Reno, NV market. We were in the market for a new processor for KHIT which is our ESPN Radio Affiliate 1 kW non-DA on 1450 kHz.
Our 20+ year old processing chain was on its last leg, preventing us from being truly competitive in the market
A couple of local engineers suggested that we give the BW Broadcast audio processor a try. They were using the BWB FM products and the results were outstanding. So I contacted Doug Tharp with SCMS and explained to him that we needed a good high-quality audio processor, but on a tight budget. He too suggested we try the BWB DSPX-AM.
I already had some previous experience with BW Broadcast products, as we have been using their RBRX1 receiver to take care of some reception issues at a translator site. We loved what the receiver was able to do for our translator, so we figured we would give the DSPX-AM a try.Read More!