The Barix Exstreamer 120 is a versatile network audio player, designed for applications in the Hotel and Hospitality sector. Flexible, low-cost and discrete, this device can be used to deliver a sophisticated distributed audio solution without the need for a PC.
With the standard application, the Exstreamer 120's display shows the track, or radio channel information extracted from the metadata. The device can be controlled using the included remote control, by web browser through it's built-in web UI, or by Ethernet APIs.
The Exstreamer 120 can play MP3, AAC+, WMA, G.711 and PCM audio files from a PC, or web server, as well as streams from sources such as Shoutcast, Icecast (Internet radio) and from RTP servers such as the (NEW) Barix Instreamer Audio Encoder
If the primary network stream fails, the Exstreamer 120 can automatically failover to playing from a backup stream and, in the event that this stream fails as well, the Exstreamer 120 can automatically start playing files from a local Micro SD Flash Memory Card. All the time that the Exstreamer 120 is in the failover state, it will continually try to reconnect to the primary source.
The Exstreamer 120 also has a relay output, making control of an external device possible. Like all Barix products, the Exstreamer 120 is user programmable via the ABCL platform, which enables the unit's operation to be modified to fit non-standard requirements.