KROMA by AEQ Monitors includes a wide range of High Quality products covering any Broadcast application up to high performing 10 bits processing and UHD resolution supporting HDR with different curves. Monitor color calibration by connection to a color probe and Lightillusion control software version specifically designed for Kroma. Single, Dual or Triple Displays systems as well as Single View or Quad systems. Monitors offer a wide selection of video inputs and integrated tools for signal and quality control like WFM, vectorscope, VU-meters, IMD, etc.
Intercom matrixes, from modular and redundant ones featuring thousands of ports, to more compact systems comprising tens or hundreds of them, as well as multichannel Party Line intercom systems without matrix. Top quality, audio processing user panels with up to 80 keys. Wireless intercom systems offering dozens of simultaneous conversations. Additional connectivity elements: audiocodecs, AoIP terminals, TDM routers, Commentary Positions, Virtual user panels running on PC, etc.
At AEQ we have audio mixing consoles for broadcasting and production using digital and analog technologies.IP-based multi-channel audio networking is made simple with AEQ and DANTE. Our consoles have different feature levels, but always with all the particular characteristics you need for your broadcast operation: reliability ensuring non-stop operation, excellent audio quality, control and studio monitoring monitor mute, signalling, etc.
Our first codec saw the light in 1993 and was called AEQ ACD-3001. The following year and after AT&T's evaluation, 700 units of the ACD-3001 were chosen to transport the commentary audio to the International Broadcast Centre in Dallas from all the venues for the FIFA world cup in the USA. For the first time in History and for an event of this size, the Commentary Audio transmissions on the National Side were integrally carried out through ISDN AudioCodecs. Since then, a lot has happened, BUT AEQ's commitment to continue providing excellent solutions for broadcasters with a need for AudioCodecs continues.