BVE 2016: Distributor Aspen Media will showcase tools designed for use in audio-over-IP (AoIP) environments at BVE in February.
Intercom provider Delec’s NIO 0204 (pictured) networked-audio monitoring controller and pre-amp will be shown in the UK for the first time.
It can be connected directly to any Dante equipped system. NIO 0204 provides monitoring to loudspeakers or headphones and microphones for voiceover, continuity or commentary can be connected to its 32-bit mic inputs.
Delec will also show its high-density Oratis Compact intercom featuring the CS 0800 Dante panel with 8x AES3 subscriber unit ports and AoIP-Dante interface with a capacity of up to 40 intercom panels.
Meanwhile, Jünger Audio will demonstrate its D*AP8 Tap Edition audio processor.
Tap provides loudness control and optional logging, dynamic range processing for up to eight channels of audio, 5.1 down mix and up mix, advanced fail over and voice processing and optional Dolby encoding and decoding with metadata management plus AoIP with the Dante interface installed.
Mixing desks from Salzbrenner Stagetec will also be part of the on-stand Dante network.