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New Energy with Dante®
The new DT series from MONACOR now conveniently allows you to implement Audio over IP solutions with Dante® interfaces at a very attractive price and includes the speaker WALL-05DTM which is suitable for fixed installations in shops, hotels, in pubs and restaurants, in schools or indoor sports facilities. With a classic design and state-of-the-art components, this speaker system provides an excellent sound for any application.
Installation and setup ensure maximum efficiency. The Dante® standard and an additional range of DT products allow almost unlimited options for application.
Audinate‘s Dante® is a trendsetting network technology for digital audio transmission which allows to simultaneously transmit several digital audio signals. It is possible to transmit uncompressed and synchronised audio signals with virtually no latency. Thus, Dante® technology is perfectly suited for live events, recording, broadcasting and installations.
The benefits of using a standard IT network for audio transmissions are obvious. Cabling used in the projects can often be more cost-effective. The technology also allows for a high level of flexibility when planning and implementing a project. Instead of using heavy and expensive analogue cables or multicore cables, it is possible to apply cost-effective Ethernet cables.
Dante®can be used in parallel to an existing network which makes it a particularly attractive option. With digital transmissions, there is no interference from other electrical devices and greater cable distances are possible without degrading the quality of the signal. With the free software ‘Dante® Controller’, it is possible to determine from which specified Dante®-enabled device to which other specified Dante®-enabled receiver the audio signal is to be routed through the network. Due to logical connections instead of physical ones, it is possible to change the connections with a single click of the mouse button. Several different devices within the same network are able to receive one channel as an audio signal carrier.