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CEDAR adds Dante

CEDAR adds Dante

CEDAR adds Dante

The DNS 8D features near-zero latency, a four-pin 12VDC input and universal mains power

In development for more than two years, CEDAR has unveiled its DNS 8D eight-channel dialogue noise suppressor that reportedly marries the best of the manufacturer’s DNS 8 Live and DNS 2 products but provides better control, both from the front panel and from any web browser that can access its remote-control software. Additional features include near-zero latency, a four-pin 12VDC input and universal mains power. It has been designed for all live situations, including broadcast, theatres, conference venues and houses of worship.

Along with the Dante interface and AES3 audio connections (DB25 using the AES59 pin-out), fail-safe AES3 audio bypass is implemented in the form of hardware relays and Dante’s redundant mode of operation is supported. Web-based remote control for laptops and tablets is available, along with an AES3 breakout cable offering a DB25 connector at one end and four XLR (female) plus four XLR (male) at the other. This will allow users to connect the DNS 8D to equipment using the traditional XLR format.



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