audio server

audio server

A computer that delivers streaming audio for audio on demand applications. Audio servers may be computers that are specialized for this purpose. The term may just refer to the software that performs this service. See streaming audio.
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The STR-DA5600ES model also functions as a DLNA Live Audio Server that can stream music to other DLNA clients.
A 1U rack-mountable audio server solution and several other new Vision products will be showcased at the Infocomm 2008 exhibition in Las Vegas this month.
3 now will automatically reconnect to another server in TTN's datacenters if the software senses a text or audio server has failed without user intervention.
After this number is entered at the prompt, the headset is linked with the client and the StarTrainer audio server.
Since the introduction of the iPump 6420 professional audio server, WEGENER has offered the radio broadcasting world new opportunities to combine file-based content with live broadcasts.
The device lets users play MP3 files from a PC, the Internet or a digital audio server over a stereo system.
LAS VEGAS -- The Crestron iServer([TM]), the world's first permanent, integrated iPod([R])-based home audio server, was recognized at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas as a 2009 CES Innovations Honoree.
Worldwide Computer Products News-30 December 1999-Citrix Systems introduces new streaming video and audio server (C)1995-1999 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
The new purchase will augment the Jones Digital Audio Server (JDAS) delivery technology platform which was supplied by WEGENER and launched in January 2007.
Along with turning an iPod into a high-performance audio server, iTransport is one of the first such products to access video content stored on currently available iPods.
The market for networked home audio consists of audio and media servers from the likes of Escient, Sony, and AMX, as well as connected client devices - often ones that can play video as well as audio - from a variety of vendors such as Roku, Linksys and Netgear, as well as Reciva Wi-Fi radio-based systems, which can connect to a PC, dedicated audio server or directly to the Internet.
Key features include the AutoMix music compilation tool that allows users to instantly create playlists according to their musical taste or preferred genre, tools for removing noise from analog recordings, a multi-format audio converter that lets users easily and quickly transfer files from one audio format to another, a web radio capture application for storing songs for off-line listening, and a UPnP audio server that allows users to stream their music collection from their PC to any UPnP-compatible device.