InfoComm (Booth 4443) - ORLANDO — HARMAN Professional Solutions, the global leader in audio, video, lighting and control, today announced its new AMX SVSI N4321D Audio Transceivers with Dante and AES67.
These Transceivers are ideal for corporate applications, colleges and universities, casinos, convention and entertainment centers, or anyone needing robust Dante, AES67, or PCM networked audio over IP and analog transcoding at an affordable price point.
The N4321D connects independent IP and analog audio networks and supports balanced and unbalanced analog audio. Whether the project requires converting from PCM to Dante, Dante to analog, analog to AES67, or nearly any other combination of these technologies, these transceivers drastically simplify networked audio integration.
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.
“The N4321D is a product we’ve been working to bring to the market for some time because there are so many applications for powerful audio transcoding and integrated Dante and AES67 support,” said Kyle Barron, Networked AV Product Manager, HARMAN Professional Solutions. “This product also underlines our AMX commitment to simplify interoperability in projects – whether the install includes other AMX products or not, we want our products to be able to first and foremost be an effective independent solution for the need or requirement.”
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