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.

Bose - ControlSpace ESP Dante

The Dante network card for fixed-I/O ControlSpace engineered sound processors provides 16 input and 16 output channels of low-latency digital audio using the Dante audio networking solution from Audinate®.

Bose - PowerMatch Dante

The Dante network card for PowerMatch configurable professional power amplifiers provides 8 input channels of low-latency digital audio using the Dante audio networking solution from Audinate®. Eight output channels are available for diagnostic monitoring from remote locations.

Studer - D21m Dante I/O card

The Studer D21m Dante card is a 64 x 64 interface between a Studer Vista or OnAir con­sole (OnAir support with OnAir SW v6.1) and any Dante compatible device from HARMAN or other 3rd party manufact