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Digigram battles poor audio

Digigram battles poor audio

Digigram battles poor audio

The IQOYA X/Link-LE makes a reliable connection with no software burdens

Designed for live remote broadcasting over IP networks, the IQOYA X/Link-LE is a 1U IP audio codec that bridges a user’s studio gear and turns the internet into a “worldwide PA system”. “The IQOYA X/Link-LE is a dedicated hardware solution that does one thing: makes a reliable connection every time with no software burdens,” explained Derek Badala, director of sales, Americas for Synthax, Digigram’s US distributor. “The alternative is using your computer with a software codec which requires an audio interface, adding more latency, several variables and signal routing challenges. Connecting a dedicated hardware codec like the X/Link to your mixer can free up your computer to be used for other live performance tools, such as virtual instruments, playback tracks, virtual processors or any other solution you might need during a typical live gig.”

In other news, the manufacturer has updated its IQOYA X/Link and IQOYA Serv/Link IP audio codecs to extend them to remote broadcasting. A new mode of use has been added so that users can place calls and be connected to the field or the studio in two clicks. SIP, direct SIP and symmetric RTP connections are also supported. In addition, EBU/ACIP compliance for interoperability with third-party codecs and any SIP infrastructure has been added to reportedly provide reliable and resilient audio connections, even over inexpensive unmanaged IP networks. The technology also integrates stream redundancy functions such as Forward Error Correction or dual streaming with spatial or time diversity.

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