The new cost-effective OPUS M400 SIP encoders combine the dynamic flexibility and ease of SIP-based trunking with the quality and efficiency of the open Opus audio compression format. The SIP Opus Codec devices encode or decode audio signals using the open standard Opus codec, a royalty-free audio compression format known for its exceptional quality and reliability in interactive voice and music transmission over the Internet.
The devices build on the quality, efficiency and low latency of the Opus codec with SIP functionality to establish seamless links over SIP-compatible phones or other IP-based communication systems. Ideal for remote contribution applications, the SIP functionality of Barix units allows them to dial another device or accept an incoming call and automatically negotiate a transmission link for Opus-based audio streaming. In addition to remote transmission links, Opus SIP codecs offer a reliable, high-quality solution for studio-to-studio (SSL) and studio-to-transmitter (STL) applications at a cost-effective price.
Built on Barix’s state-of-the-art, high-performance IPAM 400 audio module, the SIP Opus Codec devices are available in two powerful models. The mono, bi-directional M400 SIP Opus Codec is PoE-powered and features analogue microphone or line-level input and 5W 8-ohm or line-level output. The M400 SIP Opus Codec, stereo and externally powered, can be configured as an encoder or decoder, and offers analogue line-level input or output with RCA connections. The M400 also supports directly connected USB microphones. Both models support audio level monitoring with SNMP trap generation and interoperate easily with SIP and Opus compatible third-party products.
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