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Barix Extreamer 205
IP audio device with amplifier
Building on its existing IP audio receiver technology, Barix has released the Exstreamer 205 IP, which adds dual 25W power amplifiers and a local, line-level stereo input. Originally designed for retail installations, the added features could be useful for radio remotes when multiple areas need to be covered, or used as an in-house monitoring system. The unit also includes a MicroSD slot for local playout of encrypted content directly from the device. The Exstreamer 205 decodes and plays multi-protocol and multi-format audio streams, including MP3, AACplusV2, WMA, PCM, G.711 and EtherSound.
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