Muxlab analogue to Dante converters offer a gateway from analogue audio equipment to digital audio equipment using Dante protocol. This selection of interfaces have been designed for studios, corporate offices, and broadcast where an audio signal can be better controlled over IP network and interfacing.
This Dante gateway device allows the input of two stereo channels or four mono channels of analogue audio and converts to Dante audio output before conveying the signal up to 100metres from an Ethernet switch over Cat5e or Cat6 cable. 500765 also have four independent analogue audio outputs and therefore gives the user the option to send digital audio over Dante to the unit, before processing and outputting in analogue format to an amplifier such as 500217, or powered monitoring. This is particularly useful if a user wishes to send digital audio via IP to multiple rooms or locations such as department stores or chains.
The front facing panel of the interface features two LEDs, a yellow LED that signifies an active link, and a blue LED to signify power vie PoE or optional 12VDC power supply. There are line/mic/48V switches for channels one and two, along with rotary recessed gain controllers. Channels three and four offer the same gain controllers but no input type switching. Finally a reset button is located to the right of the front facing panel, accessed via a pin or similar tool.
The rear facing panel of the unit offers DC power input for optional PSU, screw for grounding, and RJ45 connection for LAN. Analogue audio I/O, which can be wired balanced or unbalanced, is via 6-pin phoenix connectors.
Dimensions: 111 x 120 x 25 (DxWxH) mm. Weight: 0.7kg