Frankfurt (Germany), March 2015: Delec announced it will expand its unito product range at Prolight+Sound 2015. The new devices are powerful format converters used to encode and decode audio signals to/from Dante™. Together with the unito NAM power amplifier modules launched in 2014, Delec now provides a complete hardware range of networked audio devices.
Four devices are added to the communication specialist’s unito series. Despite the same footprint as the popular oratis compact communication platform, the unito devices differ in terms of digital AES3 and analogue line I/Os:
- Delec unito NIO 0800 provides eight AES3 I/Os.
- Delec unito NIO 1212 and unito NIO 1624 come with 12 or 16 AES3 and 12 or 24 analogue I/Os, for an impressive number of inputs and outputs.
- Delec unito NIO 0204 is fitted with two AES3 I/Os and four different analogue interfaces: two microphone inputs, stereo line inputs and outputs as well as a stereo headphone output, making the unito NIO 0204 an ideal solution for flexible monitoring of DanteTM signals.
All Delec unito devices provide Dante™ Primary and Secondary ports for redundant network integration. They can be used either as a standalone general purpose signal converter or in conjunction with an oratis communication unit.
“The unito series boosts the oratis communication platform’s integration with IP-based networks,” commented Norbert Schömel, Delec’s managing director. “Using oratis as the IP-networked intercom core, and unito units to encode and decode audio signals, our portfolio allows to build audio networks with maximum performance in a compact footprint, with minimal hardware and cabling. Using the existing IT infrastructure for AoIP has never been easier and more cost effective.”
prolight+sound takes place in Frankfurt (Germany), from 15 through 18 April 2015. Visit Delec on the joint Salzbrenner Stagetec Mediagroup stand in hall 8, level 0, stand K64.