In this second of three videos showing you some of the new things you can do with the Tesira 2.0 configuration software, I’ll be walking you through the new connection options. In my next video, I’ll cover how to attach partitions inline. If you can’t wait until then, you can watch it here.

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To conclude my 4-part series on networked audio, I’d like to briefly discuss the future of networked audio, and how it relates to the AV/IT convergence. The ability to route audio from any input in any room to any output in any room has unsurpassed potential for end users in their day-to-day operations, and integrators […]

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If mechanical designers ruled the world, all rack-mounted equipment would be passively cooled. Why? There are five primary reasons: Eliminate moving parts that fail Decrease the cost of the equipment Eliminate rack room noise Decrease system downtime for maintenance Ensure warranty and longer product life These are the promises of passive cooling systems in rack-mounted […]

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Networked audio can be successfully implemented in any commercial, professional, or consumer environment. Networked audio solutions can take the form of any of the following system configurations: Combined Audio Integrated Multi-System Multi-Purpose Paging, Public Address, and Sound Reinforcement Room combining Here are samples of Biamp networked audio installations across multiple environments: Secondary benefits of networked […]

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With the launch of Tesira 2.0 on Monday, a number of software updates were included. To set you up to succeed in your design of Tesira systems, we’ve put together a series of three videos showing you some of the new things you can do in the software. In this video, I’ll be walking you […]

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Last week we discussed the anatomy of a network–what it’s made of, but what exactly is networked audio? Simply stated, networked audio is the transporting of audio from one endpoint to another over an Ethernet network. The major benefits include: High quality, low latency, multiple channel count. Time syncing and data transfer management. Dynamic control […]

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With this second AVB FAQ post, we conclude our 5-part AVB Demystified series of blog posts. To access all this information about AVB in once place, download our AVB Resource Guide. As AVB takes a greater hold in the professional installed audio industry, there will continue to be more questions about it. Let us know […]

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As consumer demands for digital communication technology continue to shift and evolve, it can be challenging for some manufacturers and software vendors to keep up: from desktop to mobile, analog to digital, and faster this to more portable that. Networked audio is among those forms of digital communication technology that is being adopted more and […]

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As our family of audio products and solutions grows, we’ve found it useful to our customers to organize our products into two categorizes: Everyday and Enterprise. Everyday audio is easy in and easy out. It’s audio that meets the simple, everyday needs of end users by providing professional audio at an affordable price. Enterprise audio […]

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While hospital budgets and funding are being cut, the cost, value, and scrutiny of quality patient care is increasing. To promote quality patient care and privacy, the Department of Health and Human Services is providing financial rewards to medical facilities based on the quality of care provided, not the quantity of patients treated. This increased […]

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