The SW200 LPAM Audio Processor
Schlockwood's SW200 is a comprehensive audio processing system for Part 15 Low Power AM (LPAM) broadcasting and ham radio applications. Functions include gated-AGC, variable pre-emphasis, multiband com-pression/limiting, program equalization, asym-metrical peak control and a sharp cutoff filter.
BACK IN STOCK AND SHIPPING NOW!
The second 2021 production run of SW200s is here! Some have been pre-sold, but a good quantity remain. We've linked the eBay Item No., and we can also enter-
tain your order placed directly... see the Notes, below.
Thanks for your interest in the SW200!
Please download the SW200 datasheet for application details, features and specifications.
Requests for additional information and purchasing inquiries may be directed by email to: .
Sales and Shipping Notes:
We welcome factory-direct sales of the SW200, and are able to accept PayPal, money orders and personal checks... with shipment pending clearance of the latter. We do continue to encourage purchase through our eBay listing, Item ID: 185195169579 (or just search: SW200 Processor).
As the public turns increasingly to Internet sales, and particularly with home delivery, the instance of 'porch piracy' has become rampant. Purchases through eBay feature eBay Buyer Protection that indemnifies both buyer and seller against most shipping losses.
All orders placed directly with the factory will be promptly quoted individually, but must bear the added modest expense (at just our cost) of insurance for the full amount of the sale, and 'signature required upon delivery.' Thanks for your understanding toward our mutual protection.
Product Compliance Update:
The SW200 and Compliance With the NRSC-2 RF Mask
Independent Reviews of the SW200:
Schlockwood 200 LPAM Broadcast Audio Processor Lab Review by HobbyBroadcaster.net
Schlockwood 200 LPAM Broadcast Audio Processor Video Review by HobbyBroadcaster.net
Schlockwood 200 LPAM Broadcast Audio Processor User Review by Dave Richards, AA7EE
Schlockwood 200 LPAM Broadcast Audio Processor Radio Guide Review by Ron Erickson