Routers, AoIP networking

Using off-the-shelf routing equipment to send audio over IP in small to medium-sized systems offers cost advantages over synchronous solutions using AES-10 (MADI) or TDM buses. These have higher capacity, but require powerful hardware. Besides, large TDM systems can reduce their cost and at the same time increase their flexibility when they are combined with IP audio links to connect a few circuits with a central router.That’s why, when developing the IP audio routing system at AEQ, we have created not only IP connection devices for the consoles, but also connection panels that allow for audio input and output installation wherever it’s necessary, as well as access cards for the AEQ BC2000D router.

AEQ AoIP networking

IP-based multi-channel audio networking Using off-the-shelf routing equipment to send audio over IP in small to medium-sized systems offers cost advantages over synchronous solutions using AES-10 (MADI) or TDM buses....

NETBOX 4MH

New NETBOX 4MH interface has been designed to cover the need for high quality microphone inputs and headphone outputs availability outputs, for example in radio and TV studios, stage or...

NETBOX 8 AD

NETBOX 8 AD inferface features 8 inputs and 8 outputs, organized in 4 mono analog and 2 digital stereo channels. Stereo digital ones can be configured as AES/EBU or SPDIF...

NETBOX 32 AD

NETBOX 32 AD interface features 32 input and 32 output channels organized in 16 mono analog + 8 stereo digital channels. The stereo digital audio channels can be configured as...

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