Available through a firmware update module M-Dante, mixing systems can be connected to an increasing number of devices and systems that support this standard interoperability, including Ravenna, Livewire and QSC Q-Lan.
Allen & Heath announced support for the AES67 standard through the latest card for audio systems in M-Dante, which provides an interface 64 bidirectional audio channels for networks multichannel digital audio Audinate Dante network, and is a of the various options that can be installed on systems GLD digital mixing, dLive, ME and iLive.
AES67 is an interoperability standard developed by the Audio Engineering Society (AES), A global association of sound engineers, which specifies a common set of protocols to allow transport audio between different audio over IP platforms.
Available through a firmware update module M-Dante, mixing systems Allen & Heath, whose products are distributed in Spain Audio-Technica IberiaThey can be connected to an increasing number of devices and systems that support AES67, including Ravenna, Livewire and QSC Q-Lan.
"AES67 is the latest addition to a series of standards and protocols that are present in our products including Dante, Waves SoundGrid, MADI, AES3 and EtherSound. This update makes our solutions are particularly attractive to an increasing number of consultants, integrators and companies broadcasting looking at AES67 secure the future of its projects or facilities, "says Ian Thomas, a specialist in the Sector Installation Allen & Heath.
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