AETA Audio Systems to hit IBC 2022 with a showcase a host of new products and upgrades
AETA Audio Systems is set to hit IBC 2022 with a range of enhancements to its product line.
The company has added 5G and enhanced stereo capabilities to the lengthy list of innovative ScoopTeam features. ScoopTeam offers a futureproof solution for both large and small stations and means they can now seamlessly cover events, while guaranteeing their audience enjoys impeccable audio quality. Flexible ScoopTeam commentary unit also offers Ethernet, 4G, Wi-Fi, VoLTE ISDN and AES67 connections together with AETA remote access technology so technicians in the master control room can take control of one or more units wherever they are.
In addition, AETA Audio Systems has also enhanced its ScoopFone audio codec with 5G technology. ScoopFone5G is based on the ScoopFone4G audio codec, sporting the same look and feel as its predecessor, but now offering the ability to connect to 5G, 4G and 3G networks.
ScoopFone is the smallest broadcast-grade contribution device on the market, the company claimed. Like ScoopFone4G, its 5G successor offers high-quality audio, adjustable bit rates and HD Voice. The unit also features AETA Audio System’s latest developments like auto jitter buffer, auto bit rate OPUS and remote access, making it even easier for operators to use. With its intuitive interface and simplified configuration, ScoopFone5G offers optimal transmission performance — a perfect balance between mobility, sound quality and functionality. It comes in a sturdy bag and offers more than five hours of autonomy with rechargeable batteries.
Also at IBC2022, AETA Audio Systems will demonstrate its ScoopyFlex ultra-portable codec, a compact codec that comes with a docking station to let users quickly and easily turn the device into a full-fledged commentary unit. Evolving from AETA’s historical product, Scoopy, new modular ScoopyFlex is designed to meet broadcasters’ present and future needs by offering flexibility and advanced functionalities, such as 5G capability, embedded Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, as well as two mobile network connections. With an autonomy of up to eight hours, the unit can house three SIM cards and manages recording, editing and video tasks. It uses two stereo streams and supports HD voice.
In addition, the company will exhibit the MultiScoop during the international convention. This unit is useful for broadcasters who require multiple connections. The modular unit features fully redundant multi-connectivity, AES67, IP security, reliability as well as legacy ISDN connection.
Finally, AETA will also be displaying ScoopFoneHD, eScoopFone and µSCOOP.