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Audio Over IP

Also known as AoIP — an audio transfer system which routes multiple audio channels over an Ethernet network. There is a wide range of systems operating in slightly different ways, few of which are compatible. Some require independent and exclusive networks, while others can co-exist with existing Ethernet traffic. Examples of proprietary AoIP systems include, Ravenna, Dante, and many more, but there are also a few generic systems such as AVB

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