Audinate Dante AVIO 1-Channel Analog Input Adapter for Dante Audio Network ADP-DAI-AU-1X0

Audinate Dante AVIO 1-Channel Analog Input Adapter for Dante Audio Network ADP-DAI-AU-1X0

SGD 169.99SGD 187.05

The Audinate Dante AVIO 1-Channel Analog Input Adapter allows you to use the analog gear you already own with your Dante audio network. It provides audio engineers with a cost-effective solution for adapting analog mixers, DI boxes, keyboard instruments, or analog compressors and equalizers, delivering the interoperability, performance, and scalability of Dante network connectivity. Compact and built for the road, the AVIO is automatically discovered by the network and is ready to use when connected. It features one balanced line-level input equipped with an XLR connector and delivers high-quality audio at up to 24-bit/96 kHz with configurable gain and attenuation, low total harmonic distortion, and a 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response. The AVIO supports Dante audio over IP and AES67 RTP transport formats, and is compatible with Dante Domain Manager (DDM). Note: Requires the use of a network switch with POE (Power-over-Ethernet) capabilities or the use of an 802.3af-compliant PoE injector device (both available separately). Key Features Cost-effective solution for adapting analog gear to your Dante network Plug-and-play operation Balanced, line-level single-channel analog input adapter Compact and built for the road with sonically welded polycarbonate enclosure Sample rates up to 96 kHz Wide dynamic range High signal-to-noise ratio Low total harmonic distortion Configurable gain and attenuation Dante Audio over IP and AES67 RTP transport formats Power over Ethernet (PoE) support Compatible with Dante Domain Manager (DDM) Applications Connect analog mixers and consoles to a Dante network Patch DSPs, analog compressors and equalizers into a Dante system using a combination of Dante AVIO Input and Output adapters Connect stage DI boxes and keyboard instruments directly to a Dante network Connect wireless mic receiver to a Dante network