Dorrough 280-D Digital Loudness Meter

BH #DO280D • MFR #280-D
Dorrough
Dorrough 280-D Digital Loudness Meter
Key Features
  • Digital Audio Monitoring
  • Dual Channel
  • Multiple Installation Options
  • Side-by-Side Meters
The 280-D Digital Loudness Meter from Dorrough is a loudness meter that offers a dual-channel horizontal linear display. The meter allows you to monitor multiple AES/EBU audio channels in a limited space, such as a news van or crowded control room. It is well suited for use in consoles, racks, or custom installations. Critical comparisons are made easier by the fact that the channel indicators are located side by side.
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Expected availability: 2-4 weeks
$790.70

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
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Dorrough 280-D Overview

The 280-D Digital Loudness Meter from Dorrough is a loudness meter that offers a dual-channel horizontal linear display. The meter allows you to monitor multiple AES/EBU audio channels in a limited space, such as a news van or crowded control room. It is well suited for use in consoles, racks, or custom installations. Critical comparisons are made easier by the fact that the channel indicators are located side by side.

The meter features both peak and average level display simultaneously, over indication, and selectable peak hold. It also conforms to all AES 3 (1992) specifications and is compatible with 96ks. It offers a 40dB range scale.

Audio Monitor

Use this device to monitor digital audio channels.

Design

Critical comparisons are made easier by the unit's side-by-side channel design.

Dorrough 280-D Specs

ConstructionMetal
FinishGray
Inputs/Outputs(1) XLR male
(1) XLR female
(1) remote alarm
(1) 75-ohm BNC connector
IndicatorsRed
Yellow
Green
Dimensions (HxWxD)Not specified by manufacturer
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.15 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.3 x 9.2 x 5.4"
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