ProCo Sound is introducing its new Dante AoD I/O Modules for a simple connection to a Dante network while also providing studio-quality, low-latency audio, at this year’s InfoComm show (Booth C1734). ProCo is also showcasing two new Dante interface enclosure options for both mobile and fixed applications.
Built with uncomplicated designs and the highest quality A to D and D to A converters, ProCo’s AoD I/O Modules guarantee easy delivery of studio-quality, low-latency audio delivered through any analog source or Dante Network. The modules support 44.1, 48 and 96 kHz sampling rates and up to 24-bit depths.
Its latest modules include the AoDoM two-channel interface (AoD-FAN3-2XM) featuring one RJ45 Dante input and two Neutrik XLR analog outputs. Its rugged aluminum extrusion channels offer a durable solution for providing line level analog audio signals to output devices. It is designed with a 3-foot analog audio tail with black Neutrik XLR connectors. The AoDiMX4 four-channel interface is equipped with one Neutrik EtherCon Dante output and four Neutrik XLR analog inputs, while the AoDoMX4 four-channel interface has one Neutrik EtherCon Dante input and four Neutrik XLR analog outputs.
As with all ProCo’s Dante-enabled products, these latest interface solutions can be configured with Audinate’s free Dante Controller software. Users can automatically discover and configure device parameters such as device names, channel labels, signal routing, sample rates and latency. Power is supplied through a standard Ethernet cable via a Power over Ethernet (PoE) capable network switch or from a separate PoE injector circuit. Locking Neutrik EtherCon connectors ensure durability, performance and resilient cable strain relief.
ProCo is offering pro AV integrators two durable enclosure options for its Dante Interface hardware. ProCo’s new Drop Snake Boxes are a portable, handheld unit for audio transport, while its Dante Wall Plates can be easily installed into any established pro AV environment. Both chassis options offer the exact same functionality with differing rugged aluminum extrusion enclosures. Three configurations of two to four Neutrik analog XLRF inputs and/or XLRM outputs are available for each enclosure, along with one Neutrik EtherCon Dante input. Each module is designed with LED indicators, which can be configured to display the status of the user’s Dante ecosystem.
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