AETA Audios Systems will be present at IBC2018 showing the latest upgrades to its range of audio and IP codecs.
Among recent advances is the AETA Remote Access feature, which the company launched earlier this year, in addition to a new host of just-released options for Scoopy+S. New features include additional AES output, a lockable power socket as well as the capacity to connect the Scoopy+S to a Wi-Fi network using a USB dongle.
AETA says ScoopTeam has also received an overhaul and now offers many more configuration possibilities. What’s more, AETA is working on other ScoopTeam improvements, which include a Ravenna/AES67 interface.
Finally, the French firm will unveil a prototype of its new modular multichannel codec, MultiScoop, with IP, ISDN and AES67 interfaces.