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Sonifex aids SDI to Dante embedding

Sonifex aids SDI to Dante embedding

Sonifex aids SDI to Dante embedding

The AVN-DIO10 connects legacy 3G/HD/SD-SDI equipment to a Dante network

Claiming it to be the easiest way to connect legacy 3G/HD/SD-SDI equipment to a Dante network, Sonifex has introduced the AVN-DIO10 for simultaneous embedding and de-embedding. The AVN-DIO10 takes an SDI feed, de-embeds the 16 audio channels and places them on channels 1–16 of the Dante network, mapped using Dante Controller. It simultaneously takes the 16 input channels mapped to the device on Dante Controller and re-embeds them onto the SDI output.

Switches on the unit allow embedding of Dante channels onto the SDI output per channel pair and there are two modes of operation: Insert Mode enabled allows embedding to overwrite existing SDI audio selectively per channel pair. Insert Mode disabled clears any incoming audio channels on the SDI output and then allows selective embedding onto the SDI output per channel pair. A Test Tone Mode allows 1kHz, 2kHz, 3kHz and 4kHz signals to be output on channels 1–4, respectively, for any group where embedding is enabled. This means that downstream SDI audio outputs can be tested without the need for Dante sources.

The device is powered using PoE, using Neutrik etherCON connectors, with primary and secondary ports for power and data redundancy. It uses the latest Audinate Dante chipsets and so is compliant with AES67 and Dante Domain Manager. Front-panel LEDs indicate network clock status, SDI lock status, AoIP primary and AoIP secondary link status, PoE primary power and PoE secondary power active. A web interface is available for firmware updates, status information and network settings.

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