Dante Domain Manager for Corporate Environments – Audio System Application Diagrams
A multi-room AV setup uses Dante Domain Manager to ensure security between audio systems in each room. Setting each one up as a domain ensures that confidential or sensitive information is not available elsewhere on the network. You can manage temporary connections for one-off events and patch this into your permanent systems, confident that audio is only going where you want it.
AV Domain member example: Boardroom
A boardroom can have many inputs: delegate microphones, PC playback, radio microphones and connections to video conferencing. This can result in a lot of wiring, which can be especially difficult when this needs to be contained neatly in an office environment.
Dante redefines how audio connectivity works in a corporate environment. With all connections using standard IT connections, you use less cable and can group connections at a local switch, without the need for many individual cable runs.
Audio signals can be patched as you need them and additional audio sources just connect into the network. No more messing around with headphone jacks from laptops. Create a high quality networked audio connection using Dante Virtual Soundcard.
AV Domain member example: Video Conferencing Suite
Video conferencing suites and small meeting rooms need flexibility. Different numbers of people may attend and you may have audio sources from more than one PC. With an analog setup you need to install cabling infrastructure for the largest possible configuration, even though this may rarely be used. Increasing capacity in the future is difficult.
Dante provides flexibility and expansion as you need it. You can connect a number of microphones and PCs as you need them, just using a network connection. If you have more than one room, the microphones can be shared and used in each room as required.