iZotope introduced the ANR-B™ adaptive real-time noise-reduction unit at NAB, bringing the company's audio algorithm for adaptive noise reduction to a dedicated hardware unit for use in real-time broadcast applications.
ANR-B uses iZotope's advanced noise-reduction technology to identify and suppress environmental broadband noise, hum, phone line artifacts and more. ANR-B detects noise in real time and adapts to changing noise over time.
The 2-channel ANR-B features broadcast connections including analog and digital I/O, LAN for advanced parameter control and remote automation capability. Presets are available for common applications, while simple controls and clear meters help to quickly customize settings for unique situations. While ANR-B is designed to automatically determine a noise print, a manual Learn function enables the unit to reduce noise of a specific trained profile, adding to the unit's flexibility.