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Systembase C500ip, C600ip
The Systembase C500ip range of digital audio codecs deliver performance and reliability for professional real-time audio applications. Both models incorporate the fast apt-X Sub Band ADPCM compression system with a coding delay of only 2.8ms at a sampling rate of 48KHz, as well as Linear PCM and G.722. The C510ip ISDN model also supports G.711 coding algorithm to provide compatibility with other codecs. Additional design features include 24 Bit analogue and AES audio interfaces. The analogue interface is electronically balanced resulting in a high Common Mode Rejection Ratio (CMRR) for a significant improvement in performance. The C600ip is designed specifically to deliver reliable audio in a professional broadcast environment. It supports both X.21 and IP connectivity allowing it operate in various configurations. Remote management is via the Web server or SNMP-based platforms.
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