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STL (Audio-over-IP)

Designed to be used for studio-to-transmitter links, program distribution or sharing, remotes or any form of permanent or semi-permanent audio connectivity, STL-IP units easily and reliably send and receive audio over any kind of IP connection.


Network options include LANs, WANs, Satellite, WiFi, T1/E1 or professional Telco grade networks like MPLS networks. They can even be used over high-speed internet connections.


STL-IP products can easily transport uncompressed 44.1 kHz audio. In fact, all Audio TX STL-IP products can handle up to 96 kHz 24 bit audio without impacting quality. Transport of compressed audio is also supported with multiple compression options including ADPCM (between 128kbps and 384kbps), professional grade MPEG Layer 2 and Layer 3 coding, and our new extra Low-Bitrate-1 algorithm for high quality voice transmission at low bitrates. The optional AAC Codec pack offers the best quality AAC coding available on any broadcast product today, including options for MPEG4 AAC, AAD LD (low delay), and HE-AAC (AAC-SBR).


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Troops Rally Around AudioVAULT as Freedom Radio Signs Off from Baghdad 


Troops rally around a BE AudioVAULT studio control system during the final broadcast of Baghdad’s Freedom Radio, which signed off on Friday, September 23. Freedom Radio, an American Forces Network station, had been broadcasting from Baghdad using BE's AudioVAULT studio control system since December 2003. Shown above, morning show hosts and Army Sergeants Adam Prickel and Randall “Jay” Townsend with fellow U.S. soldiers next to the BE AudioVAULT screen. (Video by Dan Zak/Kristen Boghosian, read story in The Washington Post.)