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PCI Cobranet sound cards
ASI54xx Series: The ASI5402, ASI5408 and ASI5416 are professional PCI sound cards designed for use in the installed sound and entertainment markets. Using Cirrus Logic's Cobranet technology for streaming audio over Ethernet, the ASI5402 provides two channels of Cobranet receive and transmit, the ASI5408 provides eight channels of Cobranet receive and transmit, and the ASI5416 provides 16 channels of Cobranet receive and transmit. These sound cards can be connected to any CobraNet compliant device.
Omnia A/XE: The next generation of PC-based audio processing software, the A/XE can process audio for a variety of applications. It runs silently as a background service, can be fully-managed and configured remotely with a Web browser, and can process and encode multiple streams in various formats simultaneously. Minimum computer requirements are Windows XP or later, 521MB RAM, 20MB free hard-drive space and a network card. It can encode directly to MP3 or AAC as well as feed a Shoutcast-style or Windows Media Server in the MP3 format, or feed Adobe Media server an AAC stream.
On-air phone interface
Anywhere: You already have listeners who stream your station through their computer via the Internet. How do you ensure that your talk show still gets live contributions from those listeners? Anywhere is an amazing new Web communications platform designed especially for radio stations allowing listeners to communicate with the studio from any computer. By using the Anywhere portal on your website, one click connects them to your studio, and allows them to speak and share video using a webcam, chat with the studio using instant messaging, register opinions for a track and agree or disagree with a discussion all using a simple click of their mouse. A simple registration process captures all the listener information you need in the studio to be able to pre-screen contributions and even a photo, and using instant messaging, the studio call screener can continue to assess suitability to progress the call to air.
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XMF and XSF: Part of a series of equipment racks that also includes the XME and XMER models, these racks are engineered for flexibility in system configuration while also facilitating cable installation and management. XSF racks are designed for ganged installations, while the XMF can be used stand-alone or ganged. The welded steel frames are available in up to 26 heights and up to four depths. The Belden Quick Mount System accommodates flexible, fast and easy cable routing. Optional components include reversible doors, riser bases, side and top panels, spacing panels, EIA rail kits, drawers and front-mount work surfaces. Accessories include shelving, mounting devices, cable-tie mounts and other cable management support options. Door options include perforated, solid glass and vented doors, and a variety of top-panel options can provide passive convective cooling.
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