Simple, yet powerful.
The ProStream streaming music on hold device opens up a new world of live streaming audio for your business phone on hold and overhead music systems. This device, designed specifically at the direction of Easy On Hold engineers, is built with network security and maximum uptime features. Connect to your internet router (or use the built-in wifi) and connect the audio output to your audio or phone system. There's an onboard speaker that tells you what's playing, plus local volume control. Affordable and effective, dependable playback for your live streaming messages on hold and background overhead music streams.
In the event the internet connection is interrupted, this player will automatically switch over to playing internally-stored content. The ProStream scans for a network connection contstantly and connects as soon as possible.
For a music on hold messaging system, the ProStream connects to the internet to receive its 128kBps stream (192kBps for Brandi Music background retail business music service), and provides continuous audio to the phone system MOH port.
Phone System/Overhead System Compatibility
This professional-grade audio player device is compatible with most phone systems. The output is ideal for the connection required by your phone system. The audio cable (included) connects to your phone system's MOH input. An audio adapter plugs are included for systems using alternative connections.
You'll hear full quality sound from the internal audio processors.
Secure Internet Performance Is Built In
The ProStream is configured for you by Easy On Hold® technicians. The player can be used in DHCP mode, or assign a unique IP address.
The known methods for hijacking a “black box” on the network will not work.
USB port will not allow Linux commands.
- There is no web process or server on the unit.
- No serial connection is available.
- SSH is disabled.
- There are only three outgoing requests:
- To listen to the stream on a single server.
- A status request, which goes to the same server to report uptime (not a vague internet check, only that the one specific server is up)
- To get the correct time.
Recommended: use a “guest” network or DMZ to simplify network settings.