Choose the desired input source. Line mono and MIC inputs are mono, the other settings are stereo. The selection shows only options available on the hardware device.
The Exstreamer 500 and Exstreamer 1000 have external Analogue to Digital circuitry which support input speeds of 32 and 48kHz. The selection provides a better input signal to noise ratio, however the A/D gain is fixed and cannot be adjusted.
Default setting is "Line stereo".
Select encoding (data) format and sampling frequency. The formats are: MPEG, PCM (uncompressed digital audio), uLaw (G.711), A-Law (G.711) . In case of S/PDIF audio input, MPEG1 is used and the sampling frequency is auto detected.
Default setting is "MPEG2 / 22.5 kHz".
"send always" will stream always
"send on CTS" will stream depending on the state of the CTS input
"send on I/O" is available only on devices featuring GPI. The device will stream audio depending upon the state of the selected GPI. The default GPI to trigger streaming is 1. See advanced settings to configure other input.
"send on Level" will stream if the incoming audio signal is above the configured trigger level. The default level is -24dB. See advanced settings to configure different level.
For send on CTS, send on I/O or send on Level, streaming can also be controlled via the SEND and STOP buttons on the HOME page.
Default setting is "send on CTS".
Configure the first streaming destination.
Choose the type of connection.
Note: only selected types are listed. Please see advanced settings for a complete list of options.
The default settings is "RTP".
If an active connection is required a Domain Name or an IP address can be provided. An example of a Domain Name is www.myserver.com. If an IP address is provided, e.g. 192.168.0.34, then this is used, otherwise the device attempts to obtain the IP address from a Domain Name Server.
Enter the port number for each destination (between "0" and "65535"). "0" defines the following default ports: Internet Radio "80", TCP "2020", UDP "3030".
For Shoutcast, enter the base port (the lower one, the same as clients put into their radio players).
Default settings "0".