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Audinate has announced that 275 manufacturers have now adopted Dante, the industry-leading audio over IP networking solution, and that more than 675 Dante-enabled products are now available worldwide. This represents a dramatic 145% increase in the number of commercially available products since ISE last year.
Due to limited space, multi-functionality for areas within cruise liners has become a must. As the ships grow in size and required bandwidth, the implementation of fibre-based technologies is also becoming increasingly important. Now that newer protocols have been developed for faster networks, such as Audinate’s Dante, bidirectional audio distribution to and from and between venues is becoming more viable. For TUI Cruises Entertainment Berlin, Dante has been a worthy investment that has allowed for the kind of networking flexibility that is required.
Orange Box With DiGiCo's compact 2U Orange Box, you can use DMI (DiGiCo Multichannel Interface) cards to create audio paths over whatever interface you desire. The Orange Box has 2 PSUs for redundancy, and 2 slots to accommodate any of our ten different interfaces that allow you to convert pretty much any format to another.
How? We have Slot A and Slot B, let's say you have MADI on your product, but you want to go to Dante. No problem, just buy a DMI with MADI, and a DMI with Dante, connect them up via the two slots, and away you go.
It's the same with Hydra 2, Optocore, Aviom, AES, Analogue, and so on. This cool little ‘anything in, anything out' box essentially gives you a choice of Multichannel user interfaces that enable you to send audio wherever you want, in whatever format you choose.