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IP-based audio distribution

IP-based audio distribution

IP-based audio distribution

The IPD-Hub 2 includes two RJ45, one Dante and one Axiom input and a two-channel speaker output

SoundTube Entertainment has designed its IPD-Hub 2 amplifier to create an IP-based audio distribution alternative to traditional 70V or 100V audio systems. It combines Attero Tech Axiom endpoints with a Dante infrastructure and features two-channel DSP amplification with various power options, including PoE, PoE+, 40W PoE and 24V PS. Created with small- and medium-sized applications in mind, including bars, restaurants, hospitality and education, the IPD-Hub 2 includes two RJ45, one Dante and one Axiom input and a two-channel speaker output for flexible audio distribution.

For standard 2x2 ceiling tile systems, SoundTube has unveiled its TS81-EZ 8-inch coaxial drop-in tile speaker featuring a built-in transformer that can be wired to 25V, 70V and 100V amplifiers. The 8Ω bypass, 102dB maximum output and 90Hz to 22kHz frequency response makes the TS81-EZ well suited for offices, retail, gyms, airports, theme parks and schools.

RS1201
RS1201

The STNet IPD-SM52-EZ and IPD-SM82-EZ-II speakers, meanwhile, have been designed to bring Dante-enabled capabilities outdoors. The surface-mount speakers accommodate digital signals with power sent directly to the speakers through a standard category cable. DSP management with crossover, time correction and EQ can all be completed in the digital domain. When paired with SoundTube’s STNet switch, the speakers are driven with up to 40W PoE. The IPD-SM52-EZ has one 5.25-inch polypropylene woofer and one 1-inch soft dome tweeter, while the larger IPD-SM82-EZ-II features an 8-inch woofer and 1-inch tweeter.

Finally, the RS1201 subwoofer has been designed for indoor and outdoor in-ceiling installations and is a 12-inch hanging, open-ceiling speaker with a 4Ω impedance, 70V/100V loads and a 39–200Hz frequency response. It features a two-position tap switch with 70V and 100V and a transformer bypass position. It is rated for 300W at 4Ω, 125W at 70V and 250W at 100V and has been engineered for public address and sound reinforcement applications, such as ballrooms, arenas and stadiums.



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