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Audix uses the M-way to reach Dante

Audix uses the M-way to reach Dante

Audix uses the M-way to reach Dante

Audix has added Dante digital networking interfaces to its installed ceiling microphone series

Audix has extended the appeal of its installed ceiling microphone series by including Dante digital networking interfaces. The Audix Dante|AES67 integrated microphone system combines two Dante|AES67 microphone interface models with RJ45-equipped versions of three of its existing microphones: the M3 tri-element hanging, steerable flush-mount M70 ceiling and M55 hanging ceiling models.

All microphone functions including on/off contact closure and LED status indicators can be controlled via a single Cat-5 or Cat-7 cable with RJ45 connections at both the interface and microphone. The gain structures of the RJ45-equipped analogue microphones are optimised for their intended placement to provide quality audio at the DSP.

DN4 and DN43 microphone interface units are at the core of the Dante|AES67 integrated microphone system. The DN4 features four inputs for Audix RJ45-equipped, single-element microphones, while the DN43 features one input specifically designed for the M3 tri-element mic and one input for the single-element M55 and M70 models.

Both interface models are equipped with two 5V logic outputs per port together with source/sink capability for the LEDs controlled by network-connected DSPs and one logic input per single-element microphone port for buttons. Configurable via software, low- and high-pass filter settings are available on each audio channel in addition to eight selectable gain levels.

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