The Exstreamer M400 marks a new generation of IP audio decoders from Barix. The Exstreamer family is known for being robust and reliable while staying cost-effective. The Exstreamer M400 continues these traditions and offers AV professionals an extensible and easy-to-deploy decoder platform that supports the latest technology standards. Barix’s engineers leveraged the company’s 20 years of IP audio experience in developing the Exstreamer M400. The decoder combines high-performance audio processing with a programmable architecture, 3-layer-security approach and extensive features including a free system configuration tool for easy installation. The Exstreamer M400 is ideal for commercial AV applications including background music, paging, SIP/VoIP integration and emergency notifications. The device features stereo, line-level, analog audio output with RCA-type connections and can decode streams in MP3, AAC-HE, FLAC, PCM, Opus and Ogg Vorbis formats. It also supports SIP and secure SIP in peer-to-peer and server modes.
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