Audinate’s Dante networked AV system is dominating the ProAV world. There simply isn’t any other competing system that’s even close to the saturation level Dante has attained for putting audio on a network. With over 200 “adopters,” Dante is the defacto-standard and not only biggies like Extron, Crestron, Bose and Mackie have adopted Dante, but also nearly every company you think about in audio has either a Date input or a slot for a Dante networking card.
So, why wouldn’t you attend Audinate’s AVNW (AV Networking World) to understand where the future of networked audio is heading?
First off, it’s free! Yes, free.
Second, you get four InfoComm CTS RU credits for attending — so, while you’re learning, you’re renewing your CTS.
Third, the all-day session is pre-show, Tuesday, June 16th, so you won’t miss any show-floor time.
Fourth, the workshop not only includes tech updates but the entire day is filled with case studies on networked audio including retail, house of worship, university and arena installs.
Finally, the event will also feature a major interoperability demonstration of Dante-enabled products from the industry’s leading audio manufacturers, including AEQ, Attero Tech, Ashly, Atlas Sound, Audinate, Audio Technica, AuviTran, Bosch, Bose, ClearOne, Extron, Focusrite/RedNet, IED, Lab.Gruppen, Lake, Mackie, NewTek, Presonus, RDL, Roland, Shure, Sound Devices/Video Devices, Stewart Audio, Symetrix, TC Group, VUE audiotechnik, Williams Sound and Yamaha Commercial Audio.
Oh, and the end of the day will feature “A Glimpse into the Future of Dante” session that will give attendees more information about where Audinate is taking Dante next. Maybe video?