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Glensound interfaces between analogue and Dante

First time ISE exhibitor Glensound is showcasing its AoIP22 interface. Designed to quickly and easily interface existing analogue equipment to a Dante/AES67 network audio system, the AoIP22 is powered by PoE (Power over Ethernet) so that only one cable needs to be connected to the network to carry both audio and power – providing flexibility and saving installation time.

The new AoIP22 is said to offer versatile connectivity that ensures easy integration into a variety of environments. The interface offers two balanced analogue audio outputs on XLR connectors, and a Neutrik Ethercon RJ45 network connector. When using the free Dante Controller by Audinate, which can support all Dante-enabled devices on the network, the AoIP22 is automatically identified. Once discovered, users simply route audio circuits to/from the AoIP22 with just the click of the mouse.

Glensound’s AoIP22 interface supports all the popular audio sample and bit rates and the interface uses the standard 24-bit Dante network resolution. Being AES67 compatible, the AoIP22 supports the AES67 network sample rate of 48kHz.

Stand: 7-V250