Metropolitan State University, Denver selects Mamba AudioStreamer (Audio over IP) system to interconnect Broadcast facilities across campus IP network
San Jose, CA – Oct 14, 2014: "At MSU Denver we're lucky enough to have not one, but two educational college radio stations. The first was KMET, for years located on the far north end of campus in the historic Tivoli student union. Several years ago, our Broadcasting program launched WCAS Radio on the south end of campus, serving as a learning laboratory for Communications studies.
But with two control rooms on opposite ends of our urban campus, we were searching for some kind of interconnect solution. With the two Audiostreamer units from Network sound interfacing into our existing university Ethernet network, we instantly had 16 send and receive lines bridging the quarter mile between buildings. Both units installed in less than a day, without the need for any new runs of dedicated fiber or copper.
And with signal quality so pristine, when first patched into our on-air consoles we instinctively cranked up full both the faders and speakers, thinking perhaps it wasn't working. But the Audiostreamer's digital performance is so quiet, it could make FM radio sound like old-fashioned rural telephone service.
Clean, quick and elegant multichannel solution from Network Sound!"