StreamPilot from Comrex is a dedicated streaming appliance designed with hardened Linux-based hardware and software and no moving parts ... not even a fan. It provides AES3 and analog balanced inputs, special audio processing options enhanced for streaming and is configured through an intuitive Web-based interface that provides audio metering and status to any computer. StreamPilot can deliver a source stream to any Shoutcast/Icecast-based streaming server, and given enough bandwidth, can deliver 100 streams directly to listeners. Connecting to an audio stream is simplified by giving a choice of formats, either HE-AAC or MP3 because StreamPilot is capable of dual mode encoding. StreamPilot is a compact unit occupying half a rack space.
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