Dante Interface Cards

Dante Interface Cards are also known as Dante Option Cards. Audio equipment is often designed with card slots to increase the flexibility of their device. The slots allow the user to buy and install the specific capabilities they need, and update as technology changes, without having to replace the entire piece of equpment. For example, many users started replacing CobraNet and other I/O cards with Dante interface cards when Dante became the most popular audio networking technology.

K-array - K-dante

The K-dante accessory features two RJ45 ethernet connectors, that allow to connect many devices together in the same network without the need of any external ethernet switches.

Yamaha - NY64-D

The NY64-D is an I/O expansion card for TF series consoles that allows transmission and reception of up to 128 channels (64 in/64 out) of uncompressed 48 kHz 24 bit digital audio data via a Dante™ audio network.

Allen & Heath - M-DL-ADAPT

The M-DL-ADAPT ‘letter-box’ interface fits in any dLive I/O port on MixRack or Surace and adds compatibility with most iLive/GLD audio networking cards, including M-Dante, M-waves, M-ES-V2, M-ACE a

Midas - DN32 Dante

The DN32-DANTE expansion card provides up to 32 channels of bidirectional, networked audio to your MIDAS M32 or BEHRINGER X32 mixing console for seamless integration with Dante enabled IP networks.