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Digigram IQOYA *LINK/LE
With its decode-only approach, simplified ergonomics and features targeted at unattended transmitter sites, the *LINK/LE is for broadcasters looking for a mix of 24/7 reliability, wide choice of audio formats and affordability. An AAC codec package is included and enhanced apt-X decoding is also available. Its hardware is combined with FluidIP, Digigram's IP audio codec engine that can send and receive IP streams simultaneously on two separate RJ-45 ports. Should anything happen to the main IP audio stream, a secondary IP stream, or the analog or AES audio input, or even playlists stored on an SD card will guarantee 100 percent on-air time. Its power consumption is below 15W.
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