Configure
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SIP CONFIGURATION
  1. Log in to the web interface for your device using its IP address. The default password is inqodec
    (If the device does not have a touchscreen, you can discover the IP address by connecting to a TV or monitor using an HDMI cable.)
  2. Click the gear icon, followed by SIP Accounts, and configure as follows...
    Username: SIP Account Username (For example, enter fmstation.despatch for fmstation.despatch@sip.audio)
    Password: SIP Account Password
    Realm: sip.audio
    Server: proxy.sip.audio
    Proxy:  proxy.sip.audio
    Backup Proxy:  proxy2.sip.audio
    Note: You can actually configure more than one SIP account, if for instance you are given specific SIP account credentials for a radio station.
  3. Save
AUDIO SETTINGS

From the side menu, click Audio...

  • Auto Answer: Calls will answer immediately, if this box is checked.
  • LR / LL / RR: Adjust this setting, if you will only use the left or right analog port.
  • Input Gain: Suggested Levels...
    USB MicrophonesAnalog Inputs ( XLR SIP Codec )
    Blue Yeti: 35%Line Level:  17%
    Fifine K678: 60%Mic Level: 100 to 150%
    Rode NT-USB:  20%
    Rode NT-USB Mini:  65%
    Rode Podcaster:  50%
    Samson C01U:  60%
    Samson Q2U:  85%
  • Use Hardware Mixing:
    Check this box, if you require L & R input level controls.
  • Microphone Monitoring:
    Check this box, to enable low latency monitoring.
  • Phantom Power:
    Check this box, to enable phantom power. (XLR SIP Codec only)
  • You may find that the default audio buffer settings need to be increased to give stable audio. Try increasing by 5ms at a time until the audio is clean. For instance, the Rode NT-USB Mini can need as much as 60ms to eliminate clicking.
  • Save
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