Audio studio link via Internet

SKU: 102113


It appears that you’ve provided information about an Audio over Internet Protocol (AoIP) Link with the acronym TEM. Below is a breakdown of the features and technical specifications based on the information you’ve given:


  1. High-Quality Audio Decoding:
    • Supports HE-AAC (v.1 and v.2), MPEG-1, and MPEG-3 decoding.
  2. Sample Rate Support:
    • Supports sample rates of 32kHz, 44.1kHz, and 48kHz.
  3. Bitrate Compatibility:
    • Supports all standard bitrates and Variable Bit Rate (VBR).
  4. Diagnostics:
    • 6 LEDs for quick diagnostics.
    • Telephone output for diagnostics.

Technical Specifications:

  1. IP Address Configuration:
    • Pronounces IP address at startup via headphones.
    • Utilizes DHCP for IP address assignment.
  2. Audio Inputs:
    • Analog Audio Input: 2 RCA connectors.
    • Digital Audio Input: RCA connector.
  3. Network Connectivity:
    • Ethernet connector: RJ-45.

This device seems designed for transmitting audio signals over the internet with support for various audio formats and configurations. The DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) indicates that the device can dynamically obtain its IP address on the network. The presence of LEDs and a telephone output suggests a user-friendly interface for monitoring and troubleshooting. The variety of audio input options (analog and digital) makes it versatile for different audio sources. The Ethernet connection (RJ-45) indicates that it likely operates over standard network infrastructure.

Please let me know if you have specific questions or if there’s anything else you would like to know about this AoIP Link.