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Connecting Dante from a distance

Connecting Dante from a distance

Connecting Dante from a distance

AVT releases its Magic ACX Dante WAN Bridge

Audio Video Technologies (AVT) has released its Magic ACX Dante WAN Bridge with the aim of solving the problems that occur when transmitting Dante signals over long distances. The multichannel PCM system enables the transmission of up to 32 uncompressed audio signals via wide area networks (WAN), including the internet.

The audio connection for the audio inputs/outputs is provided by the integrated 32-channel Dante/AES67 interface and the audio signal is transmitted uncompressed via PCM. “Dante networks allow a maximum latency of 5–40ms, making it difficult to transfer the signal via WANs,” said Lukas Mahler, marketing and sales assistant at AVT. “Also, the problem of high jitter and different clock signals at the sender and receiver side can obstruct the transmission. These obstacles are eliminated by the system.”

The device includes management software that can handle up to 10 systems in one graphical user interface on any PC.



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