viaRadio DSR Series


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DVB satellite receivers

Manufactured in Germany, the DSR series decodes DVB-S and S2 with the latest high-efficiency codecs including MPEG 1 and MPEG 2 (Layer 1, 2, 3) MPEG2/4 AAC LC, HE v1 and v2, and AC3, making it possible to deliver broadcast quality audio over a 128Ksym channel. The 1RU box has no moving parts and features two sets of AES/EBU and balanced stereo audio outputs. It can decode both channels at once in digital or analog with a very short, stable and programmable delay. Control signals or data such as RDS or PAD can be output via serial ports or using the Ethernet port to control up to eight different IP devices. There are seven relay outputs on the box. The DSR also supports up to 8GB of professional-grade flash storage for store and forward of satellite or IP delivered audio, conditional access decryption and audio input and output via IP.
321-242-0001
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