2wcom's MM01 now supports Ravenna, Livewire and AES-67 and offers Stream④Sure technology and SIP functions
2wcom has revealed their MM01’s newly incorporated features, promising they will bestow the ability to address sophisticated demands within the market. The recently developed SIP functions ensure the MM01 can meet the requirements of production and post production environments, as well as continuing to serve the product’s core applications.
2wcom Systems' MM01 compact multi-role solution for audio over IP contribution and distribution can now support EBU Tech 3326, Ravenna, Livewire and AES-67 AoIP standards. The MM01 also now offers Stream④Sure technology for the continuous audio transmission, providing advanced redundancy capability and monitoring functions,.
MM01 is a 19” 1RU unit with display, jogwheel and remote control audio inputs and outputs, serial inputs and outputs, GPIOs, redundant IP interfaces and dual redundant power supplies.
Suitable for studio-to-transmitter link applications, studio-to-studio transmissions, as well as broadcast and post production purposes, the MM01 is designed to be adaptable. It is now compatible with Session Description Protocol (SDP), Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), Session Announcement Protocol (SAP), Real Time Streaming Protocol (RTSP) and Precision Time Protocol (PTPv2).
Handling a sampling rate of up to 192 kHz and providing a delayed firmware update so users can upload a firmware file and activate on demand, the MM01 includes GPIO forwarding, AAC and Enhanced aptX compatibility, an FM tuner option for FM transmission monitoring and back up, advanced VLAN configuration and an Icecast server.
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