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Harris Intraplex IP Link 200
The new IP Link 200 adds a second bidirectional stereo input for multi-channel capability and an intelligent front panel user interface offering simple steps to change audio settings and establish IP addresses for network transport. This gives engineers and technicians the freedom to use the IP Link 200 for multiple purposes, from remote broadcast contribution to studio-to-studio or studio-to-transmitter links. The codec otherwise offers entirely analogous audio and streaming capabilities to its predecessor, including support for multiple audio formats and its unique multicoding ability. This feature enables simultaneous delivery of audio in many formats for efficiency in streaming bandwidth.
What the judges had to say:
■ "Multiple connection paths ensure I'm always connected."
■ "Running multiple encoders for the best use of the available bandwidth is great."
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