AV Asia Pacific Magazine


June 27, 2019 News

Audix announces that they are adding the benefits of digital networking to their installed ceiling microphone line. The Audix Dante | AES67 integrated microphone system is an easy to install system that consists of two Dante | AES67 microphone interface models and RJ45-equipped versions of their M3 tri-element hanging microphone, the steerable, flush-mount M70 ceiling microphone, and the M55 hanging ceiling microphone.

High-quality audio and all microphone functions — including on-off contact closure and LED status indicators — are available through a single CAT5 – CAT7 cable with RJ45 connections at both interface and microphone. And the gain structures of all Audix RJ45-equipped analog microphones are optimised for their intended placement, providing quality audio at the DSP.

“Our Dante products function as a seamless system that allows fast, trouble-free, plug-and-play installation,” said Gene Houck, Director of Sales. “The keys to this simplicity are single-cable connectivity and Audix microphones equipped with RJ45 connectors. Together, these reduce clutter, minimise errors, and speed up installation.”

At the heart of the Audix Dante | AES67 Integrated Microphone System are the DN4 and DN43 microphone interface units. The DN4 features four inputs for Audix RJ45-equipped, single-element microphones; the DN43 features one microphone input specifically designed for the Audix M3 tri-element microphone, one input for Audix RJ45-equipped, single-element microphones.

Both interface models have two 5V logic outputs per port, with source/sink capability for LEDs that are controlled by network-connected DSPs and one logic input per single-element microphone port for buttons. Audio is streamed out over Ethernet using Dante or AES67 protocols. Low-pass and high-pass filter settings are available on each audio channel, as are eight selectable gain levels, with all settings configurable via software.

Audix: audixusa.com
Australian Distributor: www.pavt.com.au

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