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GLENSOUND DANTE COMMENTARY UNITS

GLENSOUND EXPRESS IP MINI COMMENTARY UNIT 2-user, Dante, PoE, compact desktop
GLENSOUND EXPRESS IP MINI COMMENTARY UNIT 2-user, Dante, PoE, compact desktopGLENSOUND EXPRESS IP MINI COMMENTARY UNIT 2-user, Dante, PoE, compact desktopGLENSOUND EXPRESS IP MKII COMMENTARY UNIT 2-user, Dante, internal PSU, desktopGLENSOUND EXPRESS IP MKII COMMENTARY UNIT 2-user, Dante, internal PSU, desktopGLENSOUND PARADISO COMMENTATOR UNIT For 3 commentators, DANTE/AES67, fibre network, ePaper screensGLENSOUND PARADISO COMMENTATOR UNIT For 3 commentators, DANTE/AES67, fibre network, ePaper screensGLENSOUND INFERNO COMMENTATOR UNIT With DANTE inputs and output, for one commentatorGLENSOUND INFERNO COMMENTATOR UNIT With DANTE inputs and output, for one commentator

This range of commentator units by Glensound provide the facilities required by three commentators, connecting to a Dante network. Dante is a software and hardware solution, offering high-performance audio distribution over standard IP networks, supporting hundreds of simultaneous channels of uncompressed audio with low latency and accurate synchronization.

VITA - Single user commentary unit, beltpack

Vita is a compact belt pack, single user commentary box designed to connect to a DANTE/AES67 audio network, providing a single user with headphone and microphone interface and single talkback circuit. The two audio inputs and two audio outputs of the Vita are DANTE/AES67 network audio circuits. Remote control of mic on/off, gain level functions, and configuration is via a Windows 10 application.

The front panel of the Vita features two source level controls. These two potentiometers adjust the headphone volume of the two input circuits being received from the DANTE network. There are two input routing controls that control the routing from the headphone source to either the left only, right only or both sides of the commentator’s headphone. One yellow talkback button and 1 red program button route the commentator’s mic to the output of the Vita - either channel 1 or 2 of the DANTE network. The momentary/latching/intelligent operation of these talkback buttons can be set using Glensound’s Vita Controller software. The feedback pot and talkback switch are also used to adjust the audio level of the commentator’s microphone in their own headphones. This feedback adjustment has no effect on the outgoing audio level and is only used for confidence monitoring (sidetone). On the right side of the panel there are four green LED PPM indicating the output level of the main programme circuit. The -12 to +6 scale shows the output level in dB, with each LED covering a 6dB range.

The left side panel of the Vita shows four green LED PPM indicating the output level of the main program circuit. This is to assist the user when the Vita is being used clipped to a belt. A single blue LED indicates the Vita is receiving power.

The rear panel of the Vita has one EtherCON RJ45 socket that allows the audio connection to the DANTE network. The Vita has two audio inputs and two audio outputs on the connection. If the device the Vita is connected to provides PoE, it will also power the vita on this connection. An LED indicates the network connection status. There is a mini USB and recessed update/reset buttons that allow connection to a PC for future firmware upgrades.

On right side panel of the Vita there is a 6.35mm jack socket for a headphone connection, with recommended impedance range of 32-1000 ohms. Stereo or mono headphones can be used, or single earpieces. The headphone amplifier design maintains the same output level, regardless of the impedance of the earpiece or headphones used. A small input gain control pot that adjust the gain of the input amplifier. One 3-pin Neutrik XLR is offered for connecting the mic or line input to the vita. A three position selector switch that selects the gain of the input amp, depending on the type of input connected. With the input gain control in the centre position the following gains are applied for a 0dB output level: mic 58dB, mic + phantom +40dB, line 0dB.

Mic input gain range: -18dBu to +12dBu; 58dBu, Dynamic mic input; 42dBu, Mic with Phantom power; 0dBu (Gain range +/-15dB), Line. Equivalent input noise: 124dBu (22-22KHz RMS gain @ max); Input terminated with 300 Ohms. Frequency response: > +/-0.25dB 50Hz to 22kHz (-2dB @ 25Hz), Mic; > -0.1dB 22Hz to 22kHz, Line. Phantom power: 48V. Maximum input before clipping: -2dBu, Dynamic Mic; +12dBu, Mic with 48V Phantom; +18dBu, Line. THD + Noise (Ref +8dBu): 0.016%, 100Hz; 0.012%, 1kHz; 0.011%, 10kHz. Headphone impedance: 32 – 1000 Ohms, auto output level to match impedance. Maximum headphone output: +15.8dB into 600 Ohms. Headphone frequency response: >0-.1dB 22Hz to 22kHz. Headphone noise: -74dB @ line up (residual noise. DANTE network audio frequency: 48-96kHz. Resolution: 24 bit. Power: 9 to 15V @ < 80Ma, external, 2.5mm jack, inner positive; PoE on CAT5 connection. Dimensions: 43 × 153 × 103mm (H x W x D). Weight: 420 Grams

Included accessories: 2 metre RJ45 cable, fitted Belt clip.
Optional accessories: Switch mode power supply terminated with IEC plug.

EXPRESS IP MINI – 2 user commentary unit

Express ip MINI is a two-user commentary box providing all the basic functionality required for two commentators or announcers. It is used for sport commentary, reporter interfacing at news events or for studio based audio translation. It allows four audio inputs into the user’s headphones for monitoring and two talkback circuits. ‘High quality’ microphone amplifiers are used, along with Glensound’s referee compressor/limiter system to help prevent overloading the input circuit. The main audio input/output interfacing is provided via the Dante system allowing uncompressed, low delay audio across networks. The Express ip MINI is also AES67 compliant.

The top panel of the Express ip MINI has an LED PPM meter running across the top indicating the level of outgoing audio in dBU (whereby 0dBU = -18dBFs). The BBC 1-7 scale is also provided. Two red square ‘mic on’ buttons route the microphone to the programme audio output. The ‘mic on’ is a latching button by default but can be set to be always on, or a momentary mute when held down.

There are two sets of six headphone mixer knobs for each commentator. Each headphone mixer includes mic audio level of the other commentator, side tone that adjusts the level of the commentators own voice, and PGM that adjusts the headphone level of the audio signal sent as Dante input 1. Other functions include Cue that adjust the level of the audio signal send via Dante input 2, TB1 that adjust the headphone level of the audio signal sent via Dante input 3, and TB2 that adjusts the headphone level of the audio signal sent via Dante input 4.

There are two sets of talkback buttons. Pressing either talkback 1 or talkback 2 mutes the microphone on the programme output and routes the audio to the corresponding talkback output. The operation of this button is configurable into four modes; momentary, latching, intelligent and off.

The front Panel of the Express ip MINI has two 6.35mm jack sockets that allows 35 – 1000ohms impedance headphones using A/B gauge plug. Two female 3 pin XLR sockets allow microphones to be connected to the Express ip MINI. Towards the bottom of the panel there is a phantom power switch, this switch turns on or off the +48v phantom power input for us with condenser microphones. There is an input gain control pot, turning the input gain control clockwise increases the gain of the microphone amplifier and turning it counter clockwise reduces the gain. The control provides +10 to -20dB range from line up.

Express ip MINI has four outputs including two microphone outputs and two talkback circuits. This is the maximum number of channels sent to the Dante network. To provide a mixed output of both microphones, the B mic output can be changed to provide a mixed output of both mics using a mix output selector switch on the rear panel. A link status LED that flashes to indicate that the Express ip MINI is connected to a network and communicating correctly. There is one RJ45 Ethernet connector that allows the unit to be connected to a Dante audio network. The Express ip MINI may be powered by PoE if the network switch supplies it. This connection operates at 100Mbps speed.

Mic line up gain: 60dB, dynamic; 35dB, phantom power. Mic gain range: +10/ -20dB. Input Impedance: 1k2. Phantom power: 48 Volts, at 6mA. Equivalent input noise: 125dBu, Dynamic mic 22-22kHz RMS terminated with 300 Ohms. Maximum input level: -13dB, dynamic; +12dB, phantom. Digital Line Up: +dBu = -18dBFs. THD + Noise: less than 0.011%, at 10kHz ref +8dBu. Headphone volume pot range: +10dB to Off, +10dB to -30dB factory fit option. Headphone impedance: 35 to 1000 Ohms. Maximum headphone output: +15dBu into 600 Ohms. Headphone frequency response: 50Hz to 24kHz, less than or equal to 2dB. Network interface: Neutrik Ethercon, RJ45 compatible. Chipset: This device uses Audinate's Ultimo chipset. Power (PoE): Standard 48v. Power consumption: less than 4Watts. PoE: Via RJ45 connection from a PoE switch or Mid Span source. Dimensions (WxDxH): 157 × 183 × 74mm. Weight: 0.74 Kg

EXPRESS IP MKII – 2 user commentary unit

Express ip MKII is a two user commentary box providing all the basic functionality required for two commentators or announcers, where quick and easy set and operation is important. It is widely used for sport commentary, reporter interfacing at news events or for studio based audio translation. Express ip MkII features two additional audio paths for the commentators allowing them both to be able to hear each other’s mic locally without external mixing - a feature that is not available on the previous Express ip MKI model.

The user can assign up to four audio inputs to their headphone mix for monitoring and two talkback circuits. Microphone amplifiers are used in conjunction with Glensound’s referee compressor/limiter system to help prevent overloading the input circuit. The main audio input/output interfacing is provided via the Dante system allowing uncompressed, low delay audio across networks.

There are two sets of six headphone mixer knobs for each commentator. Each headphone mixer includes mic audio level of the other commentator, side tone that adjusts the level of the commentators own voice, and PGM that adjusts the headphone level of the audio signal sent as Dante input 1. Other functions include cue that adjust the level of the audio signal send via Dante input 2, TB1 that adjust the headphone level of the audio signal sent via Dante input 3, and TB2 that adjusts the headphone level of the audio signal sent via Dante input 4.

There are two sets of talkback buttons. Pressing either talkback 1 or talkback 2 mutes the microphone on the programme output and routes the audio to the corresponding talkback output. The operation of this button is configurable into four modes; momentary, latching, intelligent and off.

The front Panel of the Express ip MKII has two 6.35mm jack sockets that allows 35 – 1000ohms impedance headphones using A/B gauge plug. Two female 3 pin XLR sockets allow microphones to be connected to the Express ip MINI. Towards the bottom of the main panel there is a phantom power switch, this switch turns on or off the +48v phantom power input for us with condenser microphones.

An input status that indicates whether the unit is being powered by mains, PoE or both. The Express ip MII will accept both forms of power to allow for power redundancy. There is one RJ45 Ethernet connector that allows the unit to be connected to a Dante audio network. The Express ip MKII may be powered by PoE if the network supplies it. This connection operates at 100Mbps speed. There is one IEC mains plug that accepts external AC voltage of 100-240 VAC +/- 10%. There is a non-accessible internal fuse for this input.

Microphone gain: 54dB, dynamic; 44dB, phantom power, 37dB via internal link. Input impedance: 1k2. Noise at channel outputs: greater than or equal to -70dB, 22Hz – 22kHz A weighted, 300 Ohm termination. Noise at mix output: greater than or equal to -67dB, 22Hz – 22kHz A weighted, 300 Ohm termination. Phantom Power: 48 Volts, at 9.7mA. Compressor/limiter type: Complex multi-point curve. Input level to output Level: -54 : 0, -44 : +5, -34 : +8.5, -24 : +10, -19 : +12.5. Headroom: 35dB. Network interface: Neutrik Ethercon. Type: RJ45 compatible. Chipset: This device uses Audinate's Ultimo chipset. Frequency response: 53Hz to 10.5kHz, flat; 40Hz to 15.2kHz, less than or equal to -1dB; 30Hz to 22kHz, less than or equal to -3dB. Distortion: -44dB. Headphone line input impedance: greater than 47kOhms. Frequency response from Inputs: 50 Hz to 24kHz, greater than or equal to +/-2dB. Gain/loss range: Off to + 10dB. Headphone impedance: 35 to 1000 Ohms. Mains power input: 85 - 264 VAC. Power consumption: 3 Watts. PoE: Via RJ45 connection from a PoE switch. Dimensions (WxDxH): 220 × 250 × 98mm. Weight: 1.46 Kg.

PARADISO - 3 user commentary unit

Designed for live on-air broadcast applications the Paradiso has been designed with multiple redundancy capabilities. It has 4 possible sources of power (mains, 2x PoE, and external DC) and it also has fully redundant network connections for both Copper and Fibre circuits. Paradiso contains three mic/line inputs and three headphone amplifiers, each with 8 mixable audio inputs and their own level controls. Remote control of input gain and switching functions is by way of Windows 10 app. The Paradiso can also be used in conjunction with other manufacturer's equipment when connected to a DANTE audio network, and it can also be used outside of a dedicated DANTE network when connected to Glensound's DARK or AoIP Series 'break out boxes'. This connection can be direct or across a structured network.

The four network connections of the Paradiso can be configured as a switch. In this configuration, if the primary and secondary redundant SFP/fibre slots have been used as the network link, the RJ45 connections can be used to loop out to further local Paradiso units or other DANTE devices. These will all be shown separately on the network within the DANTE Controller configuration utility.

On the vertical front panel of the Paradiso there are three sockets for the headphones. The standard 6.35mm stereo jack socket can drive headphones with impedances between 32 and 1000 Ohms. The Paradiso has a circuit that automatically adjusts the output level to match the impedance of the headphones used. There is also three 3-pin, female XLR microphone/line input connectors, which have compression/limiting when mic is selected. A variable rate compressor is applied to the input peaks to ensure no clipping occurs. This also functions without affecting the rest of the audio signal. There are three yellow push switches for input type. These change the input type between mic, mic with +48V phantom power, and line. Associated LEDs indicate the current state. There is one Aux input present which accepts an unbalanced stereo circuit on 3.5mm jack socket. The front panel also has three gain control rotary shaft encoders that alters the input gain being applied. When adjusted the ePaper display above indicates, in dB, the current actual gain being applied. Turning the control quickly will make the gain adjust in larger steps and turning slowly makes the gain change in finer resolution. It is possible to disable this gain control from the control app.

The top panel of the Paradiso houses an On-Air LED in the top left corner. This illuminates when any one of the three ‘MIC ON’ switches are switched on. In the opposite corner there is a blue LED that indicates when the unit is connected to a suitable power source, and when the internal processor is working. Across the top of the upper panel there is a PPM meter which shows the output level of the mix of the three commentator’s microphones. Below this there are three red ‘MIC ON’ buttons which turn the commentator’s microphones on and off.

The Paradiso is fitted with ePaper displays, with each display providing information that would normally be associated with the headphone level and pan control and the talkback switch. The graffiti provides an indication of what the associated audio source or destination is. The top ‘bar’ of the ePaper display provides a visual indication of the position of the associated volume control, whilst the bottom ‘bar’ of the display provides a visual indication of the current panned position of the source.

Twenty-four coloured knobs provide the level and panning of the associated input audio source. Turning the knob clockwise/anticlockwise increases/decreases the level. The knobs are used to pan the audio source between the left and right ears of the commentator’s headphones. The bottom section of the ePaper display indicates the current panned position. The talkback buttons also present on the top panel route the commentator’s microphone to the associated talkback output.

On the rear panel there are five standard balanced audio outputs/inputs on 3-pin XLR. These are fed internally from the DSP and can be completely independent to the DANTE audio circuits as they do not require the DANTE network to operate. There are two fibre network interfaces fitted, one Primary and one secondary on Neutrik Opticon connectors. The Paradiso is also fitted with a primary and secondary Neutrik Ethercon connectors that provide the copper network interface. In the top right corner of the rear panel is a D9 socket that provides 1x AES3 input and output giving two channels of audio. The sample rate of this AES3 circuit matches, and is locked to the DANTE network. A pair of GPO (general purpose outputs), and a pair of GPI (general purpose inputs) are also provided. There are two USB sockets on the rear panel USB. One is used for updating firmware to the main processor and the other is used for updating firmware to the processor controlling the front panel. There is one blue identify and reset button which is used for updating software. A 3-pin IEC mains inlet accepts a mains input range of 100-240 VAC, and a two-pin barrel type DC input connector. It is designed to accept a +volt DC input between 9-15 volts.

The Windows 10 App is called GlenController and allows full remote control and set up of all the features of the Paradiso, see Glensound GlenController software. GlenController connects to the Paradiso via the same network as the Dante audio circuits and provides a reliable redundant control system via both the primary and secondary network interfaces, meaning that even if one of the two networks were to become disconnected, the remote control would continue to work. GlenController can connect to multiple Paradiso units, and multiple instances running on different PCs can connect to a single Paradiso. There is an option to lock out other users from controlling a Paradiso and this facility can be password protected. For users regularly using the units at different events and functions settings can be saved, and assigned names for quick recall and imported/exported between different Paradiso hardware units.

GlenController provides day to day operation such as turning mics on/off adjusting microphone gains, setting PPM levels, viewing/ adjusting headphone level controls and changing graffiti on the ePaper displays. It also provides full facilities to allow complete customisation of the Paradiso’s features including, but not limited to: Switch operation settings including momentary, latching, and cough. Switch interaction - pressing TB switch turns off Mic; GPIO setup, headphone volume attenuation, routing/mixing audio circuits to the Dante/AES67 network, routing/mixing audio circuits to the analogue and digital outputs, routing/mixing audio circuits from the Dante/AES67 network, and routing/mixing audio circuits from the analogue and digital inputs.

Included accessories: Handbook, mains cable, 2m RJ45-RJ45 Cat5 cable.
Optional accessories: Polypropylene carrying case, fibre modules - multimode instead of single-mode, desktop style switch mode power supply.

Mic input gain range: -40dB to +40dB. Dynamic mic line up: 30dB. Mic + Phantom power line up: 30dB. Line input line up: 0dBu (gain range +/-20+dB). Mic input impedance: 100k. Equivalent input noise: 127dBu (22-22kHz RMS terminated 300 Ohms). Maximum input level before clipping: +10dBu, dynamic mic; +18dBu, mic + 48V phantom; + 18dBu, line. Frequency response: >+/- 0.25dB 50Hz to 22 kHz(-2 at 25Hz), mic; > =0.1dB 22Hz to 22kHz, line. THD + Noise (ref +8dBu): 100Hz = 0.023% 1kHz = 0.012% 10kHz = 0.014%. Headphone impedance: 16-1000 Ohms. Maximum headphone output: +12dB into 600 Ohms. Headphone frequency response: >=0.1dB 22Hz to 22kHz. Headphone noise: -76.6dB at lineup (residual noise). Headphone THD + noise: 0.008% at 1kHz, (ref8dBu). Headphone volume pot range: +10dB to off (+10dB to -30dB configuration option). Headphone Impedance: 200-2000 Ohms. Dante/AES67 Network interface sample frequency: 48kHz. Resolution: 24Bit. PSU: Filtered IEC,100 to 240VAC (+/-10%) 47-63 Hz. AC consumption: <25 watts. DC input: 2.5mm Barrel, centre +Ve, 9 – 15 volts. Dimensions (WxDxH): 256 x 285 x 115mm. Weight: 2.75kg

PARADISO LITE - 3 user commentary unit

Paradiso Lite has the same feature set as the Paradiso, excluding both ePaper display and fibre network connection functionality.

INFERNO - Single user commentary unit

The Inferno provides the facilities required by a single commentator, connecting to a DANTE network. The system is scalable by adding extra Inferno units to the network. The unit contains a single microphone or line input to feed out to the network and a headphone amplifier with seven inputs fed from the network. Remote control of input gain and switching functions is by a web browser interface. DANTE-capable 'break-out boxes' are available which can connect directly to the Inferno or via an Ethernet network.

Designed for live, on-air broadcast applications it has multiple redundancy capabilities, with four possible sources of power; the inbuilt AC power supply, two POE connections and one external DC input. There are fully redundant network connections for both copper and fibre circuits.

DANTE is a software and hardware solution, offering high-performance audio distribution over standard IP networks, supporting hundreds of simultaneous channels of uncompressed audio with low latency and accurate synchronization. For further information, see DANTE Networking Basics. In a DANTE network, the DANTE Controller web interface controls audio routing. Any DANTE input can be routed to any other output on the network, or to multiple network output points.

The Inferno can be used in conjunction with other manufacturer's equipment when connected to a DANTE audio network. but can also be used outside of a dedicated DANTE network when connected to Glensound's DARK Series 'break out boxes'. See Glensound DANTE interfaces. This connection can be direct or across a structured network. The DARK88 thus 'allows all of the audio inputs and outputs to be located in a separate location to the Inferno'. When connected to a DANTE network, 'sources and destinations can be configured from any part of the network using the free DANTE controller software. Details are available at www.audinate.com'.

The four network connections of the Inferno can be configured as a switch. In this configuration, if the primary and secondary redundant SFP/fibre slots have been used as the network link, the RJ45 connections can be used to loop out to further local Inferno units or other DANTE devices, which will all be shown separately on the network within the DANTE Controller configuration utility.

On the vertical front panel there are two sockets for the headphones; both are 3-pole jack sockets, one is a 3.5mm type, the other 6.35mm. There is also a 3-pin, female, XLR connector for the microphone/line input, which has a compressor-limiter system, applying 'a variable rate compressor to the input peaks so that no clipping occurs, without affecting the rest of the audio signal'.

On the rear panel, push-buttons are used together with LED indicators to set the input mode. One button toggles the the coarse input gain between micrphone and line settings. Two LEDs show which is selected. A second button turns the 48V microphone phantom power on and off. It cannot be turned on if the gain is set to line. A second block of two buttons, up and down, and three LED indicators set the fine gain. The actual gain is not shown, but each button-press changes the gain by about 0.33 dB. The 'Lineup' LED indicates when the gain is in the factory pre-set line-up condition.

The next block of LEDs indicate the status of the power inputs, with one LED each for AC mains, external DC and primary and secondary power over ethernet from the copper Ethernet ports. There are connectors on the lower part of the panel, an IEC inlet for AC, a coaxial type for the DC input and two Ethercon types to take RJ45 Ethernet connectors. Two SFP slots are provided for optional primary and secondary fibre interfaces using accessory SFP modules. Each of the latter four have an LED to indicate that there is a network activity on the connection. A mini-B USB connector is provided for updating firmware in conjunction with 'Reset' and 'Update' buttons.

The sloping part of the upper surface is divided up into ten blocks with seven of them are associated with the seven inputs for cue or talkback. Each block is similar, having an area for marking the nature of the source, a rotary control which sets the level of that signal in the headphones, a 'left-centre-right' (L-C-R) push-button and a talkback button. The L-C-R button routes the associated headphone source to either the left only, right only or both (centre) of the commentator’s headphones. A separate block in the centre of the panel has a stylised picture of a headset, with an LED in each earpiece. The first press of an L-C-R button causes the LEDs to illuminate and show the routing for the source concerned. Subsequent presses cycle through the available routings. The talkback button routes the commentator’s microphone to the corresponding output of the Inferno - channels 1 to 7 of the DANTE network. The operating mode of the buttons - momentary, latching, intelligent lever key for example - can be set using the web page interface.

An 'L'-shaped block contains a vertical column of LEDs in the centre of the panel, forming an 'accurate 15 LED PPM indicating the level of the main, on-air, output. The 1-7 scale is a traditional BBC PPM scale used extensively throughout Europe and the -12 to +12 scale shows the output level in dBs'. Each LED covers a 2dB range. To the lower right a rotary control sets the level of 'sidetone' (the output of the commentator's microphone) heard in the headphones, routed by an L-C-R button as described previously. Between the PPM and the 'sidetone' control there is the 'ON AIR' button, which routes the commentator's microphone to the channel carrying commentary over the DANTE network. The operating mode of the button may be set using the web page interface. The remaining block contains a single LED which illuminates to show the unit is on.

The Inferno contains a web server, 'allowing remote functionality to an engineer from any PC connected to the network via any web browser' by means of the 'Inferno Controller'. Remote control of the microphone/line input gain is available, as is remote configuration of each (talk) push button on the unit 'to be on/off latching, momentary (push to talk), always on, and off when pushed (cough), or in an intelligent mode where a short press latches or a longer press is just momentary'. The push buttons on the rear panel can also be locked. Network settings can be configured, headphone routing set and locked. The headphone levels can be prevented from being turned fully off and sidetone control can be set on or off. A further page offers 'channel effect configuration'. This controls the interaction between all the push buttons on the top panel. 'For example, pressing a talk button would typically supress the microphone 'on-air' output, which would then return when the talkback is released. This button interaction is all configurable'. There is also 'a PPM meter available across the network on Inferno Controller showing the same -12 to +12dB PPM scale as the top panel'.

Inputs: -19dBu / +5dBu / +18 dBu maximum, for microphone / microphone with phantom / line. Impedance: 2400 ohms / 100k ohms, microphone / line. Gain range: -30 to +15dBu, -35 to +15dBu, -15 to +15dBu. for dynamic microphone / microphone with phantom / line. Response: -2dbu at 25Hz, flat 50Hz-22kHz, +/- 0.25dBu, microphone; 'flat' to 22kHz, line. Dynamic range: 126dB, microphone. Distortion: 0.012% THD, 1kHz, +8dBu. Noise: -69dBu, 22Hz - 22kHz, A weighted, 300ohm termination, microphone input. Headphone impedance: 16-600 ohms. Headphone dynamic range: 94.6dB. Headphone response: 'Flat 22Hz to 22kHz'. Power: 12V, 357mA. Dimensions: 211 x 138 x76(l x w x h)mm. Weight: 1.26kg.

Included accessories: Power cable with UK 13A connector.
Optional accessories: DANTE/SFPS, DANTE/SFPM, DANTE/SFP1, and DANTE/SFP2.

Optional SFP Modules

DANTE/SFPS is a single-mode module and DANTE/SFPM is multi-mode. DANTE/SFP1 and DANTE/SFP2 are for use over distances up to 10km and are WDM (wavelength-division multiplexing) types, a multiplexing technology which can be used to enable bi-directional communication over a single fibre. DANTE/SFP1 should be used in a pair with SFP2 Dante breakout boxes: See Glensound DANTE interfaces.

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GLENSOUND VITA COMMENTARY UNIT Single-user, Dante, PoE, beltpack   Stock code: 95-8985
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GLENSOUND EXPRESS IP MINI COMMENTARY UNIT 2-user, Dante, PoE, compact desktop   Stock code: 95-8983
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GLENSOUND EXPRESS IP MKII COMMENTARY UNIT 2-user, Dante, internal PSU, desktop   Stock code: 95-8984
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GLENSOUND PARADISO COMMENTATOR UNIT For 3 commentators, DANTE/AES67, fibre network, ePaper screens   Stock code: 95-8981
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GLENSOUND PARADISO LITE COMMENTATOR UNIT For 3 commentators, DANTE/AES67   Stock code: 95-8982
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GLENSOUND INFERNO COMMENTATOR UNIT With DANTE inputs and output, for one commentator   Stock code: 95-8971
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GLENSOUND DANTE/SFPS SFP MODULE For single-mode fibre   Stock code: 95-8986
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