With the goal of providing a first-rate convention and exposition experience, the Wisconsin Center in downtown Milwaukee procured the services of Metro Sound & Video to unify audio communications and distribution across all exhibit and meeting space. With a tight timeline and an eye toward scalability, the Milwaukee-area systems design and integration firm established a flexible, low-latency Dante digital audio network from Audinate.
The Ministry of Sound London has streamlined its Harman tools and distribution network, including an upgrade to the Soundcraft Vi3000 and Realtime Rack plug-in engine, supplied by Sound Technology.
The unD4I-L four input Dante interface is the ideal device for adding mic/line inputs to a Dante system. The addition of four logic inputs and four logic outputs allows easy interface with microphone switches and indicator LEDs. The unD4I-L features four balanced mic/line inputs, each with software selectable +48V phantom power and 8 gain levels. Front panel indicators show each channel’s gain and phantom power status for easy troubleshooting. The unD4I-L has two network connections to allow Dante Daisy Chaining. Dante Daisy Chaining further simplifies system infrastructure wiring by allowing multiple unD4I-Ls to use a single CAT 5 home run connection to a network switch. Power can also be daisy chained. The unD4I-L is powered by either external +24VDC or any PoE network switch. All adjustable parameters, like mic/line gain and phantom power, are software controlled.