IBC Sneak Peek: AETA Shows ScoopTeam

Designed for live radio sports reporting
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The ScoopTeam commentary unit by AETA Audio Systems incorporates a codec for live transmission of one or two high-quality audio signals with up to 20 kHz bandwidth.

Users can configure the two audio channels with a single destination (transmission in “dual mono” format), or two separate destinations (double codec).

AETA says this is ideal for live radio and TV sports reporting. The unit offers four commentary positions and features an easy-to-use interface, which allows the operator total control of routing and monitoring with assignable buttons and knobs for settings and volume adjustments. ScoopTeam primarily uses IP networks but can also operate via ISDN.

Alternative transmission means are available as options, including AoIP over 3G/4G, Wi-Fi via USB and mobile voice (including HD Voice capability).

In addition, the premium version allows users to interface with Ravenna networks (AES67, Dante) and offers two additional analog inputs and one AES input.

IBC Stand: 8.A24

Information : www.aeta-audio.com

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