Mayah is featuring its Ganymed 1002 audio IP decoder/converter for permanent and temporary installations.
It is interoperable with Mayah Centauri II, MERK II and Ganymed 1102 audio codecs, or with other standards-based IP-audio encoders.
Ganymed 1002 is suitable for mounting with other devices or installation; for distribution of announcements, advertising or other content. It also can be used at the transmitter location to receive digital audio signals and provide them in analog or digital form to the modulator for conventional AM/FM or digital broadcasting.
Also showing: the Centauri II codec, offering approximately 15 coding algorithms. Features include flexible hardware extensions and upgrades and software plug-ins that allow the user a customized configuration. Mayah says the front shows only the most important information, including lights for Alarm, Overload, Connect, Framed and Power. The user can see from the eight-channel and level LEDs if a signal is present.
For increased feedback, the Centauri II Navigation and Control buttons have a precise pressure point that, together with the LCD display, confirms operations.
Booth: C8828-9 (Bavarian Pavilion)