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Tieline Technology Bridge-IT XTRA
IP audio codec
This high-performance STL and multipoint stereo IP audio codec has dual internal power supplies and supports six stereo multi-unicast audio streams over the public Internet. You can also combine Bridge-IT XTRA with Tieline's Report-IT Enterprise smartphone app to create a cost-effective, high-quality remote system. Simultaneous analog and digital AES/EBU audio outputs are provided on XLR connectors and it includes front and rear panel 1/4" stereo headphone outputs. Standard broadcast algorithms include Tieline Music and MusicPLUS, LC-AAC, HE-AAC v.1 and v.2,AAC-LD, AAC-ELD v1 and v2, aptX Enhanced, MPEG Layer 2, G.711, G.722 and MP3 playback. It also features an SD/SDHC card slot for MP2 or MP3 file audio backup.
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