Latest Press Release

Audinate, developer of the industry-leading Dante® media networking technology, has announced the availability of Dante IP Core, a soft IP solution for audio manufacturers. It allows OEMs working with FPGA-based designs to add Dante audio connectivity to AV products at a lower cost and with greater flexibility than ever before.

Latest Case Study

Formerly a silent movie venue when it was constructed in 1926, Shea's Buffalo Theatre just completed an extensive, 18-year, $20 million restoration project that included a comprehensive audio systems refurbishment. The main sound system -- and an additional lobby system where none existed before -- is now Dante-enabled with the use of unobtrusive Attero Tech audio wall plates and a BSS DSP. By using a single Cat5 cable, the theatre was able to eliminate a lot of wiring, termination, conduit, and labor, saving money in the process.

Featured Product

The Soundweb London BLU-806 offers configurable I/O, configurable signal processing, Dante audio and a high bandwidth, fault tolerant digital audio bus.

Introducing: NetworkedAV TV

Roland Hemming, RH Consutling

NetworkedAV TV: New video series from AudinateEpisode 6 of NetworkedAV TV features Roland Hemming, Principal at RH Consulting. Roland has 30 years of professional audio experience, including very large projects (known as mega projects). A very early adopter of Dante, Roland describes the many benefits of using Dante, including the overall availability of Dante-enabled products in terms of sheer number and across product categories. Lastly, Roland highlights Dante Domain Manager as an essential bridge between AV and IT departments, and a necessity for sensible system management.

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