Introducing the Omnia VOLT™ audio processor, the world's most powerful and best-sounding 1RU processor, with a fresh new industrial design that underscores a major leap forward in sonic performance.
Sharing technological lineage with top-of-the-line Omnia products like the Omnia.11, VOLT's audio blows doors on the competition. Omnia VOLT drives you faster; with exciting sound that will take your customers' sound from zero to 100 in seconds! When it comes down to it, electrifying, competitive, market-leading audio in a smaller package is really what VOLT is all about.
What Makes Omnia VOLT Sound and Perform Better?
There are a lot of things that make Omnia VOLT great, but the biggest:
- Unparalleled Audio. For one, it's got a next-gen Frank Foti–designed Clipper, and dynamics magic from Omnia Chief Algorithm Designer, Cornelius Gould, along
with a slew of features that make for jaw-dropping audio from only one rack unit. These include six separate AGC sections (one wide-band, five multiband); five time-aligned limiter sections; deep bass, warmth, and stereo enhancers; and the best factory presets in the world.
- QuickTweak™. Our new QuickTweak system distills years of processing knowledge and proven approaches from Omnia’s processing geniuses into a simple set of controls that turn anyone into a pro. You can nail your signature sound in minutes whether using our advanced presets or your own settings, right from the VOLT’s front panel or a PC.
- Versatility. VOLT is unbelievably versatile. Using DSP|Core firmware, you can alter the functionality of VOLT to fit your changing needs and applications, whether it's FM, AM, HD/DRM, or Studio processing. VOLT can even be used as a standalone stereo generator! And DSP|Cores aren't extra cost add-ons! Download the functionality you need for free, install the DSP|Core firmware package from a connected computer, and reboot. It’s that simple.
"For this class of processor, I can highly recommend the Omnia VOLT without hesitation. I've never heard anything better."—Ted Alexander, Jr., Entercom Scranton Chief Engineer