The fernBerrie Studio is the smallest audio codec device yet! However, even with its small size it supports all industry standards and comes equipped with everything you need to get your high-quality audio transmission done well. It has all you need for RTP and SIP transmission with any codec algorithm you like and is powerful enough to handle all conventional bitrates.
The fernBerrie Radio is perfect for anyone looking for a low-cost studio codec and is the most affordable solution powered by aixtream.
- Extremely affordable price, perfect if you require few simultaneous connections
- Reliable connections assured
- Simple to setup and easy to admin
- Supports all industry standards
- Opus, Linear and all other conventional algorithms supported
- 2 Streams opt. more
- xHE AAC
- 2 channel I/O
The fernBerrie Studio fits into a hand, but offers great versatility at an affordable price. All studio-relevant RTP and SIP transmission applications are fully covered by its functionality. It also supports all professional and industry standards like encoding with Opus, AAC, xHE AAC, mp3, FLAC, Vorbis but also supports new developments like AES67 I/O and all of this with absolute reliability. It is the handiest companion for a sound studio.
The fernBerrie Studio is meant to be affordable even for tight budgets, e.g. smaller studios. If you do not need the additional features of a fernStudio Light, the fernBerrie Radio powered by aixtream is the solution you need.
Not even audio codecs meant for portable use with on-device controls (like our own fernReport) ever managed to get so compact. Logistics are made very simple when all you need is a device you can carry in one hand. Even if you use it entirely stationary, you will benefit from the saved space. What makes it even better to transport is that thanks to its POE power supply, you do not even have to carry around any additional PSUs or power cables.
|Noteable Hardware Features||Extremely small
|Audio I/O||AES/EBU I/O
optionally, AES67 I/O
|Network I/O||1x Ethernet Gigabit LAN
optionally +1 via USB