Audio feeds correspond to network audio channels.

The 'Audio Feeds' tab contains all configured audio feeds. On the left side, a summary is shown.

  • Click on the 'Show Zones' checkbox to display configured analog audio outputs which are using the network channel.

Missing Feed:

Network channel which is used by at least one audio zone (analog audio output) and therefore should be present in the system.

Click on the 'Show Zones' checkbox to show all the zones which are using missing feeds and all the zones which are using the currently selected audio feed.

Active Feed:

Is a network channel that is currently being fed into the network. The number and name of the feed channel are shown in bold.

Charged Feed:

Is a network channel that is currently being fed in at an audio level of more than -60 dB. In this case, the level is shown in bold.

Audio Feeds
  • Network audio channels are program channels or priority channels.
  • Program channels have a network channel number <128.
  • Priority channels have a network channel number ≥128.

The 'Audio Feeds' section lists all available network audio channels. Double-click on a network audio channel to go to the configuration area for the station analog audio input.

Listening to a network audio channel via a PC speaker

  1. Select an active network audio channel, marked in bold, from the list of network audio channels.
  1. Click on this channel again or use the 'Play' button on the 'Listen' toolbar.
  • The selected network audio channel is output.
  1. Click on this channel again to stop the output.

You can also use the space bar to start/stop listening. You will find more information in 'Listen' Toolbar.

  • Click on the button to start the playback on the local computer sound card (time delay approx. 0.5 s).
  • Click on the button to stop the playback.

You have the option to record up to eight channels simultaneously to the local PC disk.

  • Right-click on a list entry.
  • Click on the 'Record Channel' button to start the recording.
  • Click on the 'Stop Record' button to cancel the recording.
  • Click on the 'Pause Record' button to temporarily stop the recording.

After recording, two new function buttons on the right side are available in the list:

Function buttons
  • 'Play' or starts playback of the recorded buffer.
  • 'Save to…' opens the file dialog to store the temporary buffer in a '*.wav' file.
  • All files are stored in PCM format, 16 bits/48 kHz.
  • The default file name is prefixed with the starting timestamp and the length of the recorded audio, e.g., '2015-02-13 07;47 1mn57,95s #071_1901_Genuine PA-C right'.
  • Click on the button to play back the recording on the local computer sound card.