Radio Broadcast Audio Streaming - Christ College

At the time of this revision, the equipment was located in BMC-CC 204. A computer is needed to access the BRIC Link audio streaming device. If the room has a desktop, you can use that or bring a laptop. If you opt to bring a laptop, keep in mind that you will need to be connected to CUI_Secure. To connect to the BRIC Link and establish a stream, do the following:

  1. Launch Firefox or Internet Explorer (Chrome no longer has Flash support).

  2. In the URL field, type in

  3. For the name and password, enter the following:

    • Name: comrex

    • Password: Please ask Amy Lucker or Steve Mueller for assistance.

  4. In the "Connections" tab list, scroll down to the bottom of the list and select LPR (2020-08-11) then click the green Connect button in the upper right-hand corner.

5. You should now be able to speak into the microphone and hear yourself and the interviewer(s) using the headphones.

Regarding the physical audio equipment (information subject to change if the equipment is relocated):

  • The microphone and headphones are located on the top shelf. The microphone is for the user(s) on our end to speak into so LPR can broadcast it. The headphones are for the user(s) to hear themselves and LPR. Both the microphone and headphones are connected to the BRIC Link unit via the mixer and the BRIC Link sends the audio stream to LPR via network. These should be the only items needed to perform the stream once a connection from the BRIC Link to LPR is established per the instructions above. Keep in mind that the cabling is short for the microphone, but there should be enough slack to set it on the conference table and comfortably use it.

  • The BRIC Link and mixer are located on the bottom shelf of the table to separate them from the other equipment. The mixer levels have all been set according to LPR's instructions so they will NOT need to be changed unless directed to do so by LPR. If the mixer does need to be moved, keep in mind that the cables connecting it to the BRIC Link are also fairly short.