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AETA Audio Systems Scoop 4IP
Scoop 4IP is a rack-mount codec focused on IP links, designed specifically for live transmissions over IP, such as remote links of STLs. Features include: highaudio quality, reliability, X24/V11 and Ethernet interfaces, a wide range of coding algorithms, and 4SB ADPCM at a low latency in quality 15kHz. In addition, Scoop 4IP also has audio analog input/output, simultaneous AES, additional I/O, and the option to configure and manage the equipment via embedded Web page.
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