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Musicam USA Ships Road Warrior LC
Holmdel, NJ - Oct 16, 2008 - Musicam USA is now shipping its new two-channel portable IP codec, the Road Warrior LC. Housed in a compact 8" x 8" x 3" package, the codec delivers audio via an IP connection.
Road Warrior LC users do not need not to access a third-party server to connect, but can rely on the Musicam NAT Traversal protocol.
Like its big brother the IP Road Warrior, the LC features SIP compatibility, multiple algorithm support (including AAC-HE), standard protocols (LAN, ISDN U and ST, and X.21), a password-protected keypad, and a built-in Web browser for control and monitor from a remote location. It also includes a two-channel input mixer/two-channel IFB talkback and recessed buttons for outdoor environments.
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