How it Works

Audio Everywhere allows you to stream audio from any audio source, including TVs, over Wi-Fi to your customer’s smart phone or tablet.

Top Venues for Audio Everywhere

Where there are multiple, competing broadcast sources, there are customers who want to hear and understand the audio from one or more speakers, TVs, and digital signs. Audio Everywhere makes that possible and it’s easy for customers. Handles Assistive Listening situations.

Download the App & Try the Demo

Tap on channels, banner ads, offers, and pdfs, to see and hear just like in a live venue.

Fire up the app.

Select "About" from the menu.

Turn on "Enable Demo Mode".

Select "Venue Scan".

Customers will appreciate being able to actually HEAR dialog, calls on critical plays, sermon, or a news bulletin.

And, they can easily switch from one source to another.

Benefits for Venues

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Increased customer draw and retention.

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Eliminate multi-source broadcast noise.

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Excellent acoustics for every program, every time, everywhere.

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No risk of damage- customers never touch your equipment.

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Customers can easily download the app and have sound in seconds.

In-App Marketing Features

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    The first thing customers see when opening the app. Set the amount of seconds before your Welcome ad or video can be skipped.
  • Sliding Promotional BannersUpload ads, coupons, promotions, or special events banners that can click through to your menu, websites, etc.
  • Text BannersText banners allow you to insert timely updates quickly and easily.
  • Custom labels for channelsReflect your branding. Label TVs or Audio.

In-App Marketing Features

Welcome Ad or VideoThe first thing customers see when opening the app. Set the amount of seconds before your Welcome ad or video can be skipped. Sliding Promotional BannersUpload ads, coupons, promotions, or special events banners that can click through to your menu, websites, etc. Text BannersText banners allow you to insert timely updates quickly and easily. Custom labels for TV channelsReflect your branding.

Easy Installation Uses Existing Infrastructure

  • Existing audio channels from set-top boxes, music systems, or other audio sources can be used.
  • Existing Wi-Fi network is used—no broadcast or spec­trum issues.
  • Scalable solution, from one to dozens of audio sources, and hundreds of simultaneous users.
  • Cloud-based portal management, diagnostics and up­grades.
  • Does not interfere with your customer’s Internet access. Uses negligible Internet bandwidth.
  • Audio channel assignments remain even after power loss.
  • Modular and expandable system.

Features and Benefits for System Integrators

Features and Benefits for System Integrators

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Supports hundreds of users simultaneously.

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Supports dozens of audio sources.

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Can support multi-language scenarios.

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Great lip sync and audio quality.

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Simple set-up with clear installation instructions.

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End users do not physically touch the installed equipment.

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Free apps for iOS and Android.

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Web-based remote set-up and maintenance.

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Handles multiple TVs or audio sources per ExXtractor.

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Can integrate with an existing Wi-Fi hotspot.

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Audio Everywhere works wherever Wi-Fi is available.

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Augments emergency broadcast implementation.

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Increases audio quality without expensive acoustic treatments.

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Control audio zones – Customers control what THEY want to hear.

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Software updates can be pushed to the ExXtractors from the Cloud Server.

How It Works

Multiple ExXtractors can be placed on the network and each ExXtractor can handle multiple audio sources.

The Audio Everywhere system consists of three parts: the Apps, the ExXtractor appliance that connects the audio sources to the local area network in the venue, and a cloud server that helps manage systems all over the world.

The heart of the system is the ExXtractor that connects each audio source, such as a DirecTV receiver, to the Ethernet. The system works within the venue’s public Wi-Fi system or, if the venue does not have a hot spot yet, we can have one installed. Once the audio is connected to the ExXtractor, it digitizes and packetizes it and sends it over the local area network (LAN) and then over the venue’s Wi-Fi. Usually the bandwidth bottleneck in a venue is the router that connects the LAN to the Internet and we use almost none of that bandwidth (just a little for housekeeping) so, in the vast majority of the cases, it is difficult to even notice the added network traffic from the system.

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