Barix Exstreamer 100
The Exstreamer 100 family of products decode IP Audio streams and play out the received Audio signal to amplifiers or speakers. Supporting many protocols, encoding methods and application specific firmware, the products can be used for Broadcast, Internet Radio, as well as VoIP applications. Control and local storage interfaces are device specific to match different use cases.
The Barix Exstreamer 100 is a versatile network audio decoder for a variety of applications. It enables users to create flexible, cost-effective distributed audio systems using standard IP technology. The Barix Exstreamer 100 plays MP3, G.711 and PCM audio files from PC or web server (http) as well as legacy digital and analog sources (using the Barix Instreamer) and streams from sources like Shoutcast, Icecast (Internet radio) or RTP servers (Instreamer).
The Barix Exstreamer 100 provides unbalanced RCA outputs and a headphone jack, along with Ethernet connection and web-browser control. With serial and Ethernet control APIs, it can also be managed from typical automation systems. Installing the Barix Exstreamer 100 is fast and simple due to its unique features, SonicIP and IPzator: On power up, the device finds a correct IP address and announces it over the audio and headphone outputs.