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Studio Technologies switches to Dante

Studio Technologies switches to Dante
Models 792 and 793

Studio Technologies switches to Dante

The Model 792 central controller and the Model 793 control console have been released

The StudioComm Dante audio-over-IP multichannel monitoring system from Studio Technologies comprises the Model 792 central controller and the Model 793 control console. The Model 792 has multiple digital and analogue inputs with configurable time delay, source selection and level control. Digital and analogue outputs support formats of up to 16 channels, while analogue two-channel inputs and outputs offer support for stereo reference signals. Features include trim levels, delays, dim and reference level, and pre/post outputs, which can be optimised using the system’s built-in web server-based menu pages. The multichannel, analogue I/O stems use the Model 792’s rear-panel, 25-pin D-subs in banks of eight channels, while a front-panel 3.5mm stereo jack and level control provides a two-channel input for laptops, phones and other stereo reference feeds.

The Model 793 is said to provide an intuitive selection of all sources and outputs, reference level, dim function, mutes and solos. The user control surface features single-function buttons, a high-resolution encoder plus a graphics display. Four user-definable input stems and two outputs are directly selectable on the front panel, along with mute/solo buttons for every individual channel. Users can also select dim, reference level and mute all functions. The rotary encoder supports level control for stems of up to 16 channels. The graphics display provides numerical level and status information, along with important system information such as the system’s LAN IP addresses.

Model 5421
Model 5421

The US manufacturer has also unveiled its Model 5421 Dante intercom engine, a Dante AoIP party-line intercom solution for up to 16 users. It incorporates an intercom-specific auto mix algorithm that is said to optimise party-line audio quality and reduce ambient interference from open mics. The ½-rack enclosure is intended for use with Studio Technologies’ 370-Series of Dante-enabled intercom beltpacks. It only requires a single RJ45 Ethernet connection for both data and power, and setup is via Studio Technologies’ STController software. The audio engine can be divided into one of five group configurations, ranging from a single 16-user group to four groups of four users. The beltpack’s bidirectional Dante audio paths are configured by routing transmit (output) and receive (input) pairs to the Model 5421 using the Dante Controller software application.

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