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Schoolhouse Audio-Visual, a Plano, Texas based systems design and integration firm, has brought new life to nearby Sojourn Church, by integrating Dante network from Audinate. Since launching the state of the art network, the 950-seat church has significantly elevated its routing flexibility and audio quality, pleasing everyone from parishioners to clergy and the church band.
The College of Music at the University of North Texas recently completed a large installation of RedNet components from Focusrite. A total of 44 RedNet units, which act as interfaces for the Dante™ Ethernet-based audio-over-IP network infrastructure, now connect the school’s two main performance halls, each of which has its own recording control room, and a portable jazz workshop with a total of 64 I/O.
The cost effective xIO 4x4 increases a system’s analog input and output channel capacity resulting in a reduction in overall price per channel.
Designed exclusively for use with Dante-enabled Symetrix DSP units, each of the four analog inputs’ parameters (5 gain levels, phantom power)
and four analog outputs’ parameters (mute), along with bus assignments, are configured using Symetrix Composer open architecture software.
xIO 4x4 set up is logical and fast with no requirement to use third party software; there are no mechanical switches or circuit board jumpers to
set. Systems are simpler, cost less, and have fewer potential points of failure. A half-rack form factor conserves rack space, or, if preferred, the
xIO 4x4 may be surface mounted.