Dante Audio Networking System. Complete media networking solution for businesses and organizations.

Dante is a technology from Audinate company. It provides a complete media networking solution, which distributes uncompressed, multi-channel digital media via standard Ethernet networks, with near-zero latency and perfect synchronization. It is designed to allow up to 1024 concurrent channels of 192kHz / 32bits digital audio, control, and all other data to coexist seamlessly on the same network.

Along with unparalleled audio quality, Dante delivers ultra-low latency and near-perfect synchronization. Its intuitive user interface and network management features, enable even the most complex networks to be set up and configured quickly and easily, making system integration simple.

Dante technology is also used by most of the well known manufacturers of audio systems worldwide, as such there is no limitation in the combinations you can use in implementing and audio system. You can choose from a wide selection of components from many manufacturers such as: matrix routing systems, amplifiers, loudspeakers, conference, intercoms, digital stage boxes and others.


Dante Audio Networking System Benefits

  • Easy To Use

Signal routing and system configuration with Dante is fast, simple, and incredibly flexible.

  • Economical

One cable does it all!

  • Versatile

Dante systems are highly scalable, from a simple pairing of a console to a computer, to more complex networks running thousands of audio channels.

  • Outstanding Quality

Because of digital transmission of audio, you don’t have to worry about interference from other electrical equipment, crosstalk between cables, or signal degradation over long cable runs.

  • Commonly used

Almost all of the well known manufacturers of audiovisual equipment use Dante technology, so it is possible to mix and match devices from different manufacturers.


Dante Audio Networking System Applications

Dante Audio Networking System can be placed in almost all installation types, from small to complex, such as:

  • Hotels
  • enterprises
  • theaters
  • recording studios
  • universities
  • retail centers
  • athletic venues
  • metro and train stations
  • airports
  • public buildings
  • houses of worship