Audac Expands XMP44 With Dante Connectivity Module
Thanks to the Audac ANX44 you now can distribute audio signals from a wide selection of audio sources on a Dante network.
The ANX44 is an optional module for the XMP44 that opens the possibility to distribute 4 mono or 2 stereo signals on your Dante network. With this option you can now distribute audio signals from an FM tuner, internet radio stream or an MP3 playing on a nearby Bluetooth smartphone and many more audio sources on a Dante network.
The Dante system is a network protocol that delivers uncompressed, multi-channel, low-latency digital audio over a standard Ethernet network up to 1024 mono channels.
The release of the ANX44 marks another market-leading innovation for Audac, as installing the module makes the XMP44 the first Modular Audio Player in the world to feature Dante connectivity.
The ANX44 is a Dante audio network interface for installation in the XMP44 professional modular audio system, featuring four input and four output channels.
The installation of this optional module allows the XMP44 to be integrated into any DANTE enabled AV network and flawlessly transfer digital audio with any compatible product on the market.
A truly plug & play solution is created when linking multiple DANTE enabled devices with each other on a standard IP network.