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Aug 27

Case Study: WTOP ditches ISDN for Comrex ACCESS

When WTOP realized they needed to transition from ISDN to AoIP, they knew Comrex ACCESS IP codecs would be the solution. And with ACCESS MultiRack, the newest AES67 multicodec from Comrex, they’ll be able to keep ACCESS for that transition too. Watch the case study below: To learn more about ACCESS MultiRack, click here.

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Aug 27

Comrex Tech Talks – ACCESS NX

Our ACCESS 2USB codec has been very successful – over 10,000 units are currently in use today. So many customers have asked – why did we develop ACCESS NX? There are a lot of reasons why ACCESS NX is better for today’s tech landscape, and this video covers them all. To learn more about ACCESS […]

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Aug 15

User Report: Broadcasting from the Bahamas with iHeartMedia and CrossLock

By Andy McDonald I’m chief engineer and IT director for the Melbourne FL and Brunswick GA markets for iHeartMedia. Basically, if it’s broken, I fix it. For our Melbourne morning show we regularly do remote broadcasts, and sometimes we have the luxury of broadcasting from the Bahamas. We’ve used ACCESS to connect from the islands […]

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Aug 13

ACCESS NX Rack is now shipping!

It’s finally here! ACCESS NX Rack, our newest addition to the ACCESS IP audio line, is now shipping! ACCESS NX Rack has been updated to incorporate the technical advances from the last decade. The biggest development? ACCESS NX Rack includes AES3 or analog audio I/O, along with AES67 compatibility. ACCESS NX Rack’s AES67 tested to […]

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Aug 13

Comrex ACCESS NX Rack Is Now Shipping

Comrex ACCESS NX Rack Is Now Shipping New rackmount IP audio codec is AES67 compatible DEVENS, MA, August 12th, 2019 — Comrex is now shipping the newest addition to their industry-leading ACCESS IP audio codec line, ACCESS NX Rack. Since it was released in 2005, the Comrex ACCESS Rackmount has become an industry standard. Now, […]

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Aug 06

User Report: KILT Stays Connected With BRIC-Link II

By Robbie Green, Director of Technical Operations, Entercom Houston This user report was published in Radio World. To read the online version, click here. SportsRadio 610 KILT(AM) has been the home of the Houston Texans Radio Network since the team’s inaugural year. From 2002 to 2017, ISDN lines were used for backhaul from each stadium […]

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Jul 29

Tech Talks – Codec Commander vs. Fleet Commander

We make two tools for managing our IP audio codecs – Codec Commander and Fleet Commander. But how do you choose which one to use? In this video, Chris and Grace explain the distinction between the two tools, and give advice on how to choose between them. Have a question or want more information? Contact […]

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Jul 11

Still using our default password? It’s time to change it.

First thing’s first: if you changed your password from the default to something unique when you installed your equipment, you have absolutely nothing to worry about. There’s no need to panic. But if you’re still using the default username and password that came with your Comrex (“comrex” or “blank”) – it’s time to change it. […]

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Jul 10

User Report: ACN uses ACCESS for the field, and BRIC-Link for an STL

By Tom Read CEO, American Christian Network I run a faith-based radio network called ACN (American Christian Network). We originate our programming in Spokane, Washington, and we have seven stations (3 AM stations, and 4 FM stations). Our programming covers eastern Washington, northern Idaho, and northeastern Oregon – according to FCC figures, we reach over […]

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Jul 10

Tech Talks: How to set up your Comrex

So you’ve got your brand new Comrex codec. But how do you actually use it? In this video, Chris Crump and Grace Thomas give a tour of our codecs and walk you through the interfaces, and how to get started with your new equipment. Have a question or want more information? Contact us.

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