AUDIOSCIENCE WILL UNVEIL COBRANET AND SURROUND SOUND AT THE NAB RADIO SHOW
NEWCASTLE, DE (September 22, 2004) - AudioScience, a manufacturer of digital audio products for the broadcast industry, has announced that it will be unveiling two new technologies at the NAB Radio show in San Diego next month. The first new technology discussed will be a prototype ASI6400 CobraNet PCI audio adapter while the second will be the surround sound extensions (SSX) that AudioScience is adding to its ASI5000 series of products.
The ASI6400 series is the first broadcast specific line of PCI audio adapters to provide CobraNet audio networking. Using a Texas Instruments 32bit floating point DSP, together with Cirrus Logic's new CS18101 CobraNet interface will allow the card to simultaneously record and play 16 mono or 8 stereo streams of 24bit audio over a 100Mbps Ethernet network. All the features of AudioScience’s other ASI6000 series adapters will be available such as MPEG Layer 2 and 3 compression, MRX multi-rate mixing, TSX time scaling and flexible mixing.
The surround sound extensions to the ASI5000 series of audio adapters will give them the ability to play and record multi-channel streams with up to 8 channels of audio. Two multi-channel streams maybe mixed to one physical output using the same mixer model and Microsoft compatible APIs as other AudioScience products operating in mono/stereo mode.
For more information please visit the AudioScience's suite located in the Manchester Grand Hyatt, Suite #805.
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