Digigram Iqoya V*Mote


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An Audio-over-IP "SIP" software solution for remote contributions, simply install V*Mote on a laptop PC to turn it into a professional contribution codec. Establish a full-duplex connection with a newsroom or a studio in a breeze. V*Mote can establish an IP audio link to/from any N/ACIP compliant codec installed in the studio, including third party codecs and Iqoya codecs. The contribution input -- usually a microphone -- may be either mono or stereo. Apply the included automatic gain control preset if necessary and send the resulting signal to the studio. The modulation of the transmitted signal is conveniently displayed in a VU-meter. Record contributions on the fly, send them via the virtual DirectSound channel, receive an audio return signal from the studio, check audio quality through software monitoring, and send a request-for-talkback signal.
703-875-9100
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