Long awaited IP interface hits the market in October
Amsterdam, September 2012: Showcased for the first time at this year’s Prolight & Sound in Frankfurt, Germany, the long awaited Dante interface module for NEXUS audio network system will be available from October.
The new XDIP board connects NEXUS to networks running Audinate’s DanteTM, which enables powerful audio and media networks to be created on existing standard Ethernet infrastructure using TCP / IP. The module supports up to 64 bidirectional audio channels with different sampling rates and is fully compatible with Dante’s unique plug and play network integration with automatic device discovery and system configuration.
XDIP is compatible with all NEXUS running Matrix 5.20 software. Updates are available through STAGETEC service.
The fully digital NEXUS is one of most versatile audio network and routing systems on the market today and is a core product of STAGETEC, the Berlin based R&D company within the SALZBRENNER STAGETEC MEDIAGROUP. With a completely modular structure and connected via fibre-optics, NEXUS forms decentralized audio-networks of any desired size. A wide choice of boards configured individually and mounted in compact 19'' racks make NEXUS a true multi-purpose device providing not only audio routing but also A/D and D/A conversion, signal processing, audio format conversion, signal transmission (SDI), power amplifier control plus intercom matrix and talkback functionality.
Please visit the SALZBRENNER STAGETEC MEDIAGROUP at the IBC in Amsterdam in Hall 8 - booth C80.
Dante™ is a Trademark of Audinate.