DVB ACS Slim Redundant

DVB De/Encoder & Multiplexer RPSU

Reliable and flexible DVB multiplexer and demuxer, with expansive UECP/RDS support

starting at 3245,– € net*

Order No: ACSSLR8-5p, ACSSLR8-10p, ACSSLR8-20p

Reliable DVB MPEG TS multiplexer with program encoders, scalabe from 5 to 20 programs, with the known and established aixtream COMPACT™ audio engine incl. the operating system.

The DVB ACS Slim Redundant is an encoder and multiplexer composing a DVB-compliant MPEG TS multiplex signal and other MPEG TS. It can handle the entire process from the input in any format desired to the output of the MPEG TS as SPTS or MPTS.

*excluding any locally applicable VAT

DVB

DVB transcoding and multiplexing of audio is at the heart of this audio codec server. Creating DVB-compliant MPEG TS streams has never been easier. Whether Single Program Transport Streams (SPTS) or Multi-program Transport Streams (MPTS), whether used for an encoding or transcoding device, it offers all the functionality needed to create your MPEG TS from your chosen input.

No matter wheter this input is a conventional audio signal or a web stream. Multiplexing (mux) and demultiplexing (demux) are also fully supported.

Use our configurator to create your ideal platform!

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Powerful – fully standards-compliant – reliable de/mux

Feed multiple mono, stereo or multichannel signals to the DVB ACS Slim Redundant via AES67 (incl. Ravenna, LiveWire) or via additional AES/EBU or MADI I/O cards and create fully compliant SPTS or MPTS streams (also as multiplex). Alternatively, demux an incoming MPEG TS and output it in your desired formats.

MPEG TS are conform to ETSI TS 101 154.

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Quick access via WiFi with QR code scan

One of the most forward-thinking features of the Audio Codec Servers is the option to quickly connect with the management UI using the wifi of your mobile devices. This is in addition to the regular network access. Things are sped up even further by using a QR code scan to access the wifi.

You can say goodbye to outdated front panel controls and enjoy an operation method that ensures you can use all of your audio codec’s functions without a computer and without any compromises. The same UI you have become used to with browser access can be used with your mobile devices.

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Grow with expansion packages

All Audio Codec Servers can be expanded to fit multiple use cases at once. Turn an OTT machine into a SIP hub, add transcoding to DVB, change a Loudness controller into a podcast processor – it’s like a matrix of possibility.

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All types of audio encoding

An exhaustive list of de/encoder algorithms is supported. From classics like Layer 2 and MP3 to more current standards like AAC and Opus (incl. xHE AAC), even FLAC. Of course they also include Linear (16 and 24), G.711, G.722 and many more. Your desired encoding is guaranteed.

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Reliable and smart

All our systems have been tested under real circumstances for 24/7 use. For even more safety, consider our packages for Smart Control and API. With these you bring your monitoring to the next level.

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aixtream COMPACT inside

All live audio applications with the most cutting edge features are delivered with aixtream COMPACT – our offer for customers who want all of these things with an affordable price and no hassle. Support for Bluetooth and Wifi access creates a modern alternative to front panel controls. Direct UI access is of course also included.

Use our configurator
to create your ideal platform!

Slim Redundant

Form factor 19”, 1 RU
Noiseless No
PSU Redundant, 80plus Platinum
Extension slots 1x PCIe
AES/EBU, MADI, DAB, ASI
USB slots 2x USB 2.0
2x USB 3.1
Network I/O 4x 1 Gbit/s LAN
CPU Intel® Core i3-9100F, 4-Core 3,60GHz 6MB
RAM 8 GB DDR4-3200
Storage 240 GB SSD
WiFi access (QR code) Yes

Slim Redundant

The SLIM REDUNDANT combines the convenient and classic 19” 1RU form factor with the safety and reliability of a redundant power supply. It allows up to 50 mono, stereo or multichannel. Like the other Slim variants, it can carry one extension card, to provide I/O for DAB, AES or MADI or transport for ASI. Other I/O are supported via third-party USB audio interfaces.

CONFIGURATOR

Your selected Application: DVB – Your selected Chassis: Slim Redundant

CONNECTIONS/PIPES

AUDIO I/O

FEATURE PACKAGES

EXPANSION PACKAGES

STORAGE

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The PIPE Concept makes audio stream and call configuration as simple as never before. A row of elements represents each aspect of the connection and coniguration is as easy as using drag-and-drop, while detailed configurations of the elements are available with a single click. Even complex connections can be set up in a few seconds and a minimum of clicks.

It is the simplest and most powerful way to configure your audio connections. Configuring and monitoring your audio I/O was never easier.

Note that a single PIPE can handle a mono, stereo or multichannel signal coming from one input and sent to one output. You do not pay for channels used, but separate connections made!

  • Full input/output matrix — all combinations of inputs/outputs and protocols supported
  • Customizable UI and controls
  • Listen-in audio monitoring
  • User role management
  • Phonebook with extensive config
  • Call profiles for flexible codec negotiation
  • Online and offline updating
  • DTMF support
OS Hardened Linux system, Ferncast custom
Audio I/O supported
*pending device/package chosen
  • AES67 (incl. Ravenna and Livewire)
  • SRT, RIST
  • AES/EBU*
  • MADI*
  • RTP (incl. SIP*)
  • HLS*, Icecast*, RTMP*
  • DVB via MPEG TS*
    • RTP, UDP, ASI out
  • DAB*
En/decoder algorithms
  • MPEG 11172-3 Layer 2, 3
  • MPEG 13818-3 Layer 2, 3
  • MPEG 13818-7 AAC LC, LD, ELD, ELDv2
  • MPEG 14496-3 HE-AAC v1&v2
  • Fraunhofer xHE AAC (opt.)
  • ITU G.711, G.722
  • Linear PCM
  • Opus
  • Dolby AC-3
  • FLAC
  • Vorbis
Transport protocols supported
  • FTP
  • SFTP
  • HTTP
  • rsync
  • Samba
Monitoring and management

Access via web browser
Access via QR code (Wifi)
Integrated monitoring

  • SNMP
  • Ember+

Third party support

  • Dataminer
  • BOSS (Dimetis)

Optional

  • REST API
  • Smart Control Applets

 

Metadata handling

Metadata insertion standards-compliant based on protocol

  • manual metadata insertion
  • automated insertion via HTTP or UECP
Other standards and norms
  • RFCs 2250, 3016, 3640, 3261, 3555, 4961, 6416, 6716, 6901, 7064, 7587, 8825, and many, many more
  • EBU Tech 3326

The PIPE Concept makes audio stream and call configuration as simple as never before. A row of elements represents each aspect of the connection and coniguration is as easy as using drag-and-drop, while detailed configurations of the elements are available with a single click. Even complex connections can be set up in a few seconds and a minimum of clicks.

It is the simplest and most powerful way to configure your audio connections. Configuring and monitoring your audio I/O was never easier.

Note that a single PIPE can handle a mono, stereo or multichannel signal coming from one input and sent to one output. You do not pay for channels used, but separate connections made!

  • Full input/output matrix — all combinations of inputs/outputs and protocols supported
  • Customizable UI and controls
  • Listen-in audio monitoring
  • User role management
  • Phonebook with extensive config
  • Call profiles for flexible codec negotiation
  • Online and offline updating
  • DTMF support

OS

Hardened Linux system, Ferncast custom

Audio I/O supported
*pending device/package chosen

  • AES67 (incl. Ravenna and Livewire)
  • SRT, RIST
  • AES/EBU*
  • MADI*
  • RTP (incl. SIP*)
  • HLS*, Icecast*, RTMP*
  • DVB via MPEG TS*
    • RTP, UDP, ASI out
  • DAB*

En/decoder algorithms

  • MPEG 11172-3 Layer 2, 3
  • MPEG 13818-3 Layer 2, 3
  • MPEG 13818-7 AAC LC, LD, ELD, ELDv2
  • MPEG 14496-3 HE-AAC v1&v2
  • Fraunhofer xHE AAC (opt.)
  • ITU G.711, G.722
  • Linear PCM
  • Opus
  • Dolby AC-3
  • FLAC
  • Vorbis

Transport protocols supported

  • FTP
  • SFTP
  • HTTP
  • rsync
  • Samba

Monitoring and management

Access via web browser
Access via QR code (Wifi)
Integrated monitoring

  • SNMP
  • Ember+

Third party support

  • Dataminer
  • BOSS (Dimetis)

Optional

  • REST API
  • Smart Control Applets

Metadata handling

Metadata insertion standards-compliant based on protocol

  • manual metadata insertion
  • automated insertion via HTTP or UECP

Other standards and norms

  • RFCs 2250, 3016, 3640, 3261, 3555, 4961, 6416, 6716, 6901, 7064, 7587, 8825, and many, many more
  • EBU Tech 3326