Rants and rAVes — Episode 1018: If You Do Distributed Audio, You Will Love the Barix IP Former
BARIX CEO Reto Brader joined Gary on his videocast today to explain the simplest way to convert any distributed audio speaker into an IP speaker — using the company’s new IP Former. The IP Former simply has an Ethernet port on one side and 2-8-ohm speaker output on the other side; it allows you to put any speaker on an IP network. But, there’s more. Why does the IP Former have a microphone input? How do you do mass notification or use it as a PA — without an audio matrix? Watch this and you’ll know how!