The AMX N4321D Audio-over-IP Transceiver is a powerful solution for connecting independent IP and analog audio networks. With support for Dante, AES67, and PCM audio-over-IP streams as well as balanced and unbalanced analog audio, the N4321D can bridge the most popular audio networks. Whether the project requires converting from PCM to Dante, Dante to analog, analog to AES67, or nearly any other combination of these technologies, this transceiver makes it easy to integrate SVSI solutions with other audio networks.
Perfect for point-to-point or point-to-multi-point audio delivery, the N4321D provides audio matrix switching and distribution using the same control options as SVSI's Networked AV video switching and distribution solution. Additionally, an open API makes it compatible with any AMX or third-party controller on the market.
With two auto-sensing gigabit Ethernet ports, units can also be used to bridge low-latency multi-channel audio between separate networks. One Ethernet port is PoE for use with a PoE switch, eliminating the need for an external power supply.
Support for Dante, AES67, streaming PCM and analog simplifies interoperability between SVSI and other IP audio networks. Analog audio ports streamline input and output of two-channel balanced or unbalanced audio.
LOW-COST EXPANSION OPTION
The N4321D is perfect for applications that only require a low-cost audio encoding or decoding solution. Additionally, PoE power requires a single network cable and no additional power supply to maximize cost savings.
EASY TO CONFIGURE AND MANAGE
With the onboard web configurator, the N4321D can be configured and managed directly, or with the SVSI SW ecosystem, including N-Able and N-Command.
OPEN DIRECT-CONTROL API
An open API makes it possible for any control system or application to control N4321D transceivers. Whether part of a larger HARMAN Professional installation or the only AMX product in an install with products from other manufacturers, the open API allows seamless integration.