Audio wiring has traditionally been dictated by specific, varying interface connectivity requirements for all equipment comprising a system layout. To complete point-to-point, end-to-end signal transfer, a mixture of specialized cable types and multiple connector configurations are drawn upon. Dante replaces this dizzying maze of specialized, single-purpose cables by utilizing Ethernet category wiring, then using proprietary hardware and software technologies to digitize and encode audio signals into Internet Protocol “packets” for tightly-synchronized, ultra-low latency travel over standard IP networks.
Timing, source and destination information is contained within this packeted data to enable routing through the network to any connected Dante device. Dante decoders reconstruct this data into a continuous, full-fidelity audio stream, as Dante implemented into AVPro Edge devices is 100% lossless while utilizing sampling rates from 44.1kHz to as high as 96kHz, in 16-, 24- or 32-bit word lengths.
AVPro Edge has manufactured the AC-DANTE-E, stand-alone analog to Dante encoder, and the AC-DANTE-D, stand-alone Dante to analog audio decoder. Combined, the pair provides a point-to-point path for Dante signals. The AC-MXNET-1G-DANTE-E, is a Dante audio-compatible encoder for the AVPro Edge MXNet 1G Ecosystem. Learn more about these new products below!
Learn all about the products below at our New Product Training Webinar! This training will introduce you to these powerful new tools, join us on March 2, 2023 at 2:00 PM CST
AVPro Edge employs Dante’s Ultimo chipset, with an ADC-DAC process that is 100% lossless while utilizing sampling rates from 44.1kHz to as high as 96kHz, in 16-, 24- or 32-bit word lengths, for high quality, near-zero latency distribution of voice and music signaling. Transfer distance matches Ethernet at 100 meters (328 ft) with results dependent on cable quality, termination precision, and the degree of noise within the cable routing environment.
Leave a Reply.
We appreciate you stopping by!