The AoIP44 is an economical subrack designed to interface balanced analogue audio circuts to and from a Network audio system featuring Dante. It provides 4 audio inputs to the network and also 4 audio outputs from the network on balanced 3 pin XLRs.
The 16 inputs and outputs of the Dark1616 are parallelled in both analogue and AES for maximum flexibility, with the added benefit of huge 127d8 dynamic range analogue to digital converters (DARK1616M).
The Express ip MKII was designed to provide a quick and easy solution when it is necessary to provide interfacing for two commentators, with simple facilities, into a Dante/ AES67 audio network. This high quality commentary unit is ideal for those looking for cost effective solutions without paying for unwanted features.
Paradiso is a commentators box for 3 commentators. It can be used by itself to provide the commentary facilities alongside an OB truck for small events or multiple Paradisos can be used at large events that require Worldwide broadcast coverage.
Paradiso Lite is a commentators box for 3 commentators. It can be used by itself to provide the commentary facilities alongside an OB truck for small events or multiple Paradiso Lites can be used at large events that require Worldwide broadcast coverage.
Glensound's Symphony audio monitoring and microphone amplifier was originally designed to meet one of our customers requirements. They had been using a similar analogue monitoring system for many years and when they updated their production mixer to a Dante enabled desk they naturally wanted to encompass and embrace the advantages of the network audio system to include their monitoring and musical instrument pre amplifiers.
Packaged in a small & robust format and designed to be permanently mounted in studios wherever a headphone circuit is required, the Virgil provides a simple interface between Dante network audio systems and users headphones.
The VITA PLUS is a very powerful Dante network audio interface, in a traditional desktop style. It has a mic/line input and headphone monitoring connection for a single user, and contains two 4 wire circuits. One of these is typically used as an on air channel, and the other as a talkback channel.