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AVIO adapters offer new connectivity options

AVIO adapters offer new connectivity options

AVIO adapters offer new connectivity options

Audinate has added two new models to its line of AVIO adapters, bringing UBC-B and Bluetooth connectivity. The adapters allow users to connect non-networked audio equipment to a Dante audio network.

The Dante AVIO USB-C adapter allows devices with USB-C ports to deliver and receive two channels of audio with a Dante audio network. It is a class-compliant USB audio device that requires no additional drivers and works with any application, making it ideal for rapid setup of conference rooms and background music applications. The USB-C adapter can either be powered by the connected device or via PoE and will work with common USB-C to USB-A adapters. When using PoE, it features power pass-through for mobile devices, enabling smartphones to remain charged while connected to a Dante network.

The Dante Embedded Platform reference design kit for NXP’s i.MX 8M Mini QuadLite processor
The Dante Embedded Platform reference design kit for NXP’s i.MX 8M Mini QuadLite processor

The Dante AVIO Bluetooth adapter provides wireless connectivity to Dante networks for mobile devices and computers and is suitable for both playback from smartphones to larger sound systems and for connecting networked speakers and microphones to conferencing software. Once configured, Bluetooth can be used to switch from local smartphone audio to a complete conferencing system to share what is being said with others.

Elsewhere, Audinate has released a reference design kit for the Dante Embedded Platform on the popular NXP i.MX 8M Mini QuadLite SoC, which provides Dante audio-over-IP to OEMs as on-chip software. It supports up to 64x64 lossless audio channels with latency between 2ms and 10ms and is fully interoperable with all other Dante-enabled products and Dante tools, such as Dante Controller, Dante Virtual Soundcard and Dante Domain Manager.



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