[NAMM] E-MU PIPEline Transceiver
E-MU® Systems has announced the release of the new PIPEline wireless stereo audio transmitter/receiver system.
PIPEline can be used as a wireless transceiver for a guitar or keyboard, or as the basis of a wireless In-Ear monitoring system for a band.
- Mobile wireless, transmit or receive - Each PIPEline can be conﬁgured as a transmitter or receiver
- Audiophile quality sound with 48 kHz sample rate and 96dB signal-to-noise ratio of uncompressed audio
- PIPEline offers low latency so essential for live music applications. (6.6 ms in dedicated pairing mode /10ms in broadcast mode)
- 15 Meter (49 feet) Range
- The rechargeable battery lasts up to 10 hours in receive mode and 5 hours in transmit mode
- Analog/Digital inputs or outputs - The audio Flex-Jacks can be conﬁgured as inputs or outputs and they can also be setup to send or receive analog or digital S/PDIF
- Broadcast mode allows one transmitter and multiple receivers - In this mode, one transmitter can broadcast to multiple receivers
- PIPEline can be used as an "In-Ear" monitor system for your band, or broadcast to a class of students using headphones
- Power adapter/charger, cables and skin included
PIPEline will ship in the Spring of 2009. Price to be announced.
For more information, visit their web site at www.emu.com.
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