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Sound4 IP is dedicated to dynamic audio IP networking. It allows for synchronization, secure routing in the event of an IP link failure, and stream duplication without decoding and re-encoding. The card can handle up to 32 links, each running a single way or duplex transmission. All links are dynamically re-assignable with link and share protocol. Audio networking is buildable like a tree: from studio departure some links will serve four or five receivers, then each receiver will rebroadcast without decoding to four or five other receivers.
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