Do you need to convert SIP audio to an analogue signal? Read about what you should propose for your project starting from 18 December.
You have connected an analogue speaker to the 2N® SIP Audio Converter and turned it into a network speaker. You also had the option to connect the entire PA exchange into a single convertor. Your customers broadcasted live and pre-recorded messages over any distance. All they had to do was connect a microphone and the convertor also functioned as a simple intercom.
Unfortunately, you will no longer be able to offer the 2N® SIP Audio Converter for your projects. We will be discontinuing sales of the unit on 18 December 2020. But we won’t be leaving you to Google similar products. We have three alternative solutions for you.
2N® IP Audio Kit
You can especially use the 2N® IP Audio Kit for the intercom function. At the end of the day, that is its main purpose. You connect a microphone to it, a speaker, up to 16 buttons, and you can make calls to and from it.
2N® SIP Speaker and 2N® SIP Speaker Horn
This AXIS device offers a fully-fledged replacement. It transforms any passive speaker into a network speaker. The AXIS C8210 is an ideal solution for playing music in the background and for broadcasting live or planned notifications.
Basic technical specifications at a glance
|2N® SIP Audio Converter |
|2N® IP Audio Kit||AXIS C8210|
|Output power for speaker||up to 18 W||10 W||15 W|
|Audio codecs||G.711, G.722, G.726||G.711||G.711, G.726, AAC|
|Input for microphone||3.5 mm jack||terminal board||3.5 mm jack|