Huntsville, AL (PRWEB) January 08, 2014
SVSi’s N1000, N2000, and N3000 encoders can now accept embedded digital 7.1 surround audio and packetize this into an audio stream routed separately from the video. The enhancement allows multi-channel audio to remain synchronous with the digital video but be routed to a separate audio sound system. This firmware upgrade also features an update to the encoder EDID that allows stereo audio to be input if that is all that is available. Updated device software allows the user to select whether stereo or 7.1 audio is input. SVSi’s ATR201 Audio Endpoint device down-mixes the 7.1 audio to two channels for stereo output. This allows both multi-channel and stereo-only audio systems to subscribe to the same stream. This 7.1 audio feature is part of the standard N-Series Networked AV solutions and is available today. Call 855.297.9805 (toll free) or email your design to design(at)svsiav(dot)com for a free consultation and price quote.
About SVSi – SVSi’s Networked AV product solutions deliver digital media distribution and matrix switching that simply works. Any combination of analog and digital sources connects easily to any number of outputs over the most reliable switching solution in the industry. Our easy to install, cost-effective products offer point-to-multipoint streaming of HD content over standard IT infrastructure. SVSi, based in Huntsville, Alabama, was founded in 2003, and has reinvented the way high-definition media is delivered to Government, Corporate, Education, Retail, Healthcare, Entertainment and Event Centers and Houses of Worship.
Get more out of your AV installation with Networked AV from SVSi. If you would like additional information about this topic, or to schedule an interview please call Kevin Deasy at 256-461-7143.