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Aztec Radiomedia HitPlayer: This device can select audio from a locally programmed playlist or according to remote commands received over the Internet via Aztec Radiomedia's enhanced IP2 technology. IP2 provides an embedded Web server that permits open administration via common browsers, Internet standard file transfer protocol (FTP) and simple network management protocol (SNMP) services. HitPlayer can send e-mail notification of events or alarms. Using a PC, the user can connect to HitPlayer via the Internet or local Ethernet TCP/IP networks for control and real-time updating. A variety of standard audio connections are supported.
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