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NOA explains that the N7000c AD/DA hardware audio interface is a compact and “full-featured” device designed to streamline audio ingest. The AoIP-compatible N7000c units, with comprehensive digital de-emphasis curve recognition, are replacing Radio România’s older NOA N6000 audio ingest systems.
Used in combination with the NOA mediARC archive asset management system, the N7000c is the frontend interface of the NOA Record and, according to the company, will allow the broadcaster to record audio with no interstitial errors and streamline the archiving process even further, thanks to its advanced Bit-proof technology.
Dan Barabas, Radio România CTO, explains that it was an obvious move to enhance its archiving workflow by investing in N7000 hardware from NOA. “We’ve been successfully working with NOA archiving technology since 2009, and this was the next logical step to ensure the preservation of Romania’s great sound heritage,” he said.
“NOA mediARC has proven to be a sustainable archive system for decades now,” said Jean-Christophe Kummer, NOA managing partner. “It’s brilliant to see so many institutions take notice of just how important the audio ingest process really is.”
NOA will deliver the N7000c units to Radio România in Q2 of this year.