Deva Broadcast DB9009-RX, DB9009-TX

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Deva Broadcast DB9009-RX, DB9009-TX

Advanced audio IP decoder
This DSP processor supports the mandatory for any high class equipment HE-AAC versions 1 and 2, MPEG-1 Layer 3 compressed audio streams and lossless uncompressed PCM stream. DB9000-RX is also available in a version with fully digital, DSP-based Stereo & RDS Encoder Module. The Encoder Module utilizes outputs for the MPX and the RDS or Pilot. Through the RS-232 port, this device could be transformed from Ethernet to a serial Redirector, enabling quick integration of the existing audio systems to the Internet. DB9009-TX is a second generation multi protocol Audio over IP Encoder. Its compressed output signal is directly transmitted over the IP-based networks to one or more compatible IP Audio players or decoders. The encoding of the audio sources into high quality configurable format is made in real time by HE-AAC Versions 1 and 2 or MPEG-1 Layer 3. This, in combination with the lossless uncompressed PCM stream, unaffected by the variable network conditions, guarantees long distance audio transmission without quality loss.

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