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Telos Systems ProStream
Streaming audio encoder
ProStream uses genuine MPEG encoding algorithms from FhG, the inventors of MP3, to ensure the most artifact-free sound quality at whatever bit rate you choose. Encode directly to MP3 or MPEG-AAC and feed any Shoutcast-compatible media server, or a Wowza server for streaming to Flash clients. Features include: sweetening from Omnia Audio; 1RU box; intuitive Web interface provides remote control functions including creation and editing of processing presets with an easy-to-use preset editor; front-panel controls; built-in headphone amp with 1/4" jack and volume control; studio-grade analog inputs and outputs; Livewire IP-audio for inputs; and full network connectivity via two Ethernet jacks.
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