Mayah Sporty Adds Enhanced apt-X

Goal is low-latency studio links via ISDN, IP and 3G
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Mayah signed a licensing agreement with APTX under which its Sporty Portable Reporter Codec will feature both standard apt-X and now Enhanced apt-X audio codecs.

Jonny McClintock of APTX said Mayah was the first codec maker to offer apt-X for audio over IP contribution applications.

The Sporty is powered by a Li-ion battery; it supports audio over IP, ISDN and POTS, and is secured with SIP/RTP over Ethernet or mobile 3G networks. Coding algorithms include G.711/G7.22, apt-X/E-apt-X, MPEG-4 HE AACv2 and AAC ELD, as well as linear.

Sporty includes a record/play function during transmission to and from the local SD card or USB stick storage media, which the manufacturer says is unique.


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The lineup includes 14 different models that designed to be stackable and to fit into half of a 19-inch rack. They all provide audio-over-IP with SIP/RTP and support automatic optimization of the IP connection.