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Dante AVIO Analog Output Adapter 0x2

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  • Enables the output of analogue audio line signals from a Dante network
  • RJ45 Metal plug with built-in LEDs
  • 2 XLR male outputs
  • 96 KHz / 24 bit
  • Robust housing for day-to-day tasks while touring
  • Fully functional Dante interface
  • Requires POE (Power over Ethernet) for operation
Length 0,30 m
Colour Black
available since May 2018
Item number 436810
Amount Of Channels 2
DA Conversion 1
Max. Resolution 24 bit
Max. sampling rate 96 kHz
Number of analog inputs 0
Number of Analog Outputs 2
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205 €
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Buri 16.03.2021
We used this Dante AVIO's adapters to convert digital non-dante mixer (Soundcraft UI24R) into party DANTE-enabled device (practically "stagebox"; to be able to get master & monitor sound over long distances and on the other hand 4 channels get back to mixer = 2x INPUT, 2x OUTPUT).

This is absolutely starter for anyone who considering to apply DANTE into their workflow. We use it to leave our mixer as stagebox on stage and get important sounds from/to mixer to video mixer for live streaming purposes. :)
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Very handy in a pinch
MuddyNick 07.12.2020
Very handy in a pinch however, the output does have an annoyingly loud white noise floor. For running a floor speaker or similar, however, it works just fine. Easy to configure and to use.
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great piece of kit, simple to use
Brian7869 13.07.2020
great bit of kit, simple to use and effective. Not the most solid construction, the body is plastic rather than metal, but I haven't had any issues with them.
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Good value but noisy
Bulley 11.02.2021
I'm using this for monitoring and mixing live recordings. The cheapest way I could find of getting an analog signal out of a Dante system without software workarounds but the output level is pretty low and the noise floor is pretty high. I'll be looking for an alternative as I keep thinking there's an issue with one of the channels.
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