Dante is an audio networking technology developed by Audinate. Dante devices on the same network automatically detect each other. This can make setting up a system simpler and thus reduce complexity and potential errors. In this sense, Dante can be thought of as a plug-and-play network technology.
Dante stands for “Digital Audio Network Through Ethernet” and describes a combination of software, hardware and network protocols designed by Audinate in Australia. Dante is currently the most popular system for transmitting digital audio signals over Ethernet and was firstly introduced in 2006. It
AES67 is a published standard which defines interoperability guidelines for high performance professional digital IP networking. AES67 provides the means for exchanging audio streams between areas with different networking solutions or technologies already in place, such as Dante, Ravenna, Q-LAN, Livewire, and WheatNet. Yamaha also has started to successively update Dante products to support the AES67 standard beginning with the CL/QL series consoles and R series I/O racks. However, please understand that AES67 is a transport option as part of Dante but will not be
Analog to DANTE digital audio –The traditional analog audio transmission scheme is difficult to construct, has high noise, high project cost, and is inconvenient to expand.
This analog to DANTE digital audio adapter from MONISMS has a built-in DANTE digital processor that converts traditional analog audio to DANTE audio, digital network transmission, POE power supply, good sound quality and easy installation. This adapter gives the DANTA audio network a larger application space. For details, please contact MONISMS.
DANTE audio product solutionCompared with traditional analog audio products, DANTE audio technology is easier to manage, easier to expand, more convenient to construct, simple to operate, low in cost, good in sound quality (pure digital audio transmission), compatible with all DANTE member factories, and more It is easy to set up a large commercial distributed audio application. These advantages of DANTE audio are obvious. Both the weak electrical engineering company and the end user are very fond of adopting the DANTE audio solution.DANTE audio product solutionCompared with traditional analog audio
POE DANTE active ceiling speaker
This DANTE active ceiling speaker has built-in DANTE/AES67 core technology, built-in high-efficiency CLASS-D digital audio amplifier, and is powered by RJ45 connector POE, which is very convenient for users to install.
POE DANTE active ceiling speakers are mainly installed in supermarkets, shops, shopping malls, schools, homes, restaurants, hotels and other places. POE DANTE active ceiling speaker, audio digital network transmission, better sound quality than traditional analog audio products. It is easier to construct and easy to manage.
DANTE CEILING SPEAKERS
This DANTE active ceiling speaker has a built-in stereo CLASS-D digital audio amplifier. Compatible with all DANTE/AES67 audio networking products, transmitting data signals and POE power through the RJ45 connector. Can be embedded in a lightweight ceiling, ultra-thin mesh cover, magnetic suction. Can be installed in classrooms, shops, restaurants, hotels and other places.
DANTE CEILING SPEAKERS
Dante PoE powered speaker system – With audio distributed via a Dante network and POE power* supplied from a POE compliant （POE+, IEEE802.3at, IEEE802.3af) switch, the speaker system can be constructed as a network, allowing existing IT infrastructure to be effectively utilized. Simple wiring via LAN cables, easy installation, and no need for a power amp contribute to the flexibility of installation, allowing you to construct an elegant sound system that will not interfere with the design of the conference room.
When using an IEEE802.3at compliant POE+ power supply device, the
Hospital IP (DANTE/AES67) Network Broadcasting Solution
I. IP (DANTE/AES67) Project Background: The development of digital audio technology enriches the application of hospital broadcasting system. Every day, hospitals use radio to announce calls, broadcast background music, and manage daily operations. The needs of modern hospitals can not be met by traditional public broadcasting alone. The hospital puts forward many requirements for the broadcasting system, such as stability, reliability, powerful