Audio Everywhere delivers audio over Wi-Fi to smart phones and tablets in a venue. 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 the Audio Everywhere Cloud Server to manage systems all over the world.
The Management App
We also have a management app that is useful for venues not connected to the Internet. It is called the AE Management App. It can be used for a subset of the tasks that are generally performed by the Cloud when the Cloud Server cannot be reached, such as changing channel names, downloading debugging files, etc.
Every system comes with its own slice of the Audio Everywhere Cloud Server. This is for managing the artwork, marketing functions, and so forth that appear on the app in the venue. It is also used for software updates, adjusting channel gain, managing QoS tags, troubleshooting, and so forth.
The Audio Everywhere venue servers, called ExXtractors, connect the audio sources in the venue to the local area network (LAN). The audio input is line level audio and the LAN is connected via Ethernet, 100baseT or 1000baseT (Gigabit). The ExXtractors get their IP address from a DHCP server, though static IP addresses can be set in the factory. ExXtractors can be combined with an Ethernet switch to create larger systems. The load on the local area network is approximately 170 kbps per attached client phone or tablet. Technical Product Specifications can be found HERE.
The MX3 1U series
The MX3 comes with 4, 8, 12, or 16 inputs. These are called MX3-4, MX3-8, MX3-12, and MX3-16 respectably. The inputs are 3.5 mm stereo. The system takes only about 10 Watts of power and works on all international voltages.
The MX3-1 is the same powerful machine as the larger MX3’s and is fully compatible. It has two RCA input connectors and can act as one stereo system or two mono systems. The settings are done in the Cloud.
Audio Everywhere sells a number of accessories for your MX ExXtractors, including Ruckus Access Points, baluns, 900 MHz rf extenders, and so forth.