SIP Audio Codecs

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Remote Podcast Interview

NAB Show, Las Vegas


ipDTL for Radio Remotes

Capital FM, UK


Townsend Coleman - Voice Actor

In:Quality @ NAB Show, Las Vegas

Repair, upgrade, upcycle, donate…

Some equipment manufacturers want you to keep buying their latest products.  Many will stop supporting older products, so that you have to trash it, and start over.

That’s not how we do things around here.  We want you to keep using our stuff, and keep it from landfill for as long as you possibly can.

If something breaks, we’ll replace only the broken part.  If the circuit board needs an upgrade, we’ll just replace that, assuming the case and screen are doing fine.

If you don’t need it anymore, we’ll find a charity that does.

Our products shouldn’t cost the earth, and neither should your repair bill.


If one of our products develops a fault in the first 12 months, we’ll repair or replace it free of charge. After that, if the device has an active subscription, we’ll still repair or replace it for up to 5 years from the date of purchase. After that, we’ll charge a small fee for repairs and upgrades.


Things move on, and sometimes, older hardware just doesn’t cut it anymore. If your device needs an upgrade, we’ll only replace the part that is out of date, assuming everything else – such as the screen, power supply and case – are working just fine.


If your needs have changed, and you don’t need your codec anymore, please don’t throw it away! We hate to see the world’s landfill sites filling up with useful electronics. There’s a few things you can do…


Did you know that your In:Quality codec is built using Raspberry Pi components? This means that you can use it to build something completely different, or give it to a child to learn coding. There are tons of ideas on the Raspberry Pi website.


There are tons of charities that can use your unwanted SIP Codec and USB microphone. They might use it for radio interviews, to produce podcasts or to make audio content that helps disadvantaged groups. We maintain a list of such charities, so we can help you get the kit to them.


Do you work for a charity that could benefit from receiving unwanted SIP Codecs and USB microphones? Register with us now, so that we can contact you when equipment becomes available. If you’re a registered charity, we’ll give you a free 5 year subscription with every donated device.