Aviom’s (InfoComm Booth 721) new D400 and D400-Dante A-Net Distributors are designed to distribute power and digital audio data to an Aviom personal mixing system at a price point that is even more affordable than ever.
Two versions of the D400 are available: the standard D400 has an A-Net® input and is perfect for those using an analog input module or a digital console card as the front end of their system, while the D400-Dante has Dante™ I/O instead of the A-Net input. The D400-Dante allows up to 32 Dante channels to be routed to the personal mixing system, which makes connecting to a Dante-enable digital console or audio network as simple as plugging in a Cat-5 cable.
Up to 8 personal mixers can be connected to each D400 or D400-Dante’s A-Net outputs, and an unlimited number of distributors can be used when creating larger systems with more than 8 performers. “The D400 and D400-Dante make designing a new Aviom personal mixing system even easier and more affordable,” explains Aviom’s product research and development manager, Ray Legnini. “For users with existing systems, the D400 and D400-Dante offer additional flexibility when it comes time to expand or upgrade a system.”
The D400 and D400-Dante are fully compatible with both the original Pro16® version of A-Net and the new Pro16e® version of A-Net, the technology driving the A360 and A320 Personal Mixers which allows multiple 16-channel banks of monitoring content to be delivered over a single Cat-5 cable.
With more than 100,000 personal mixers on stages and in studios around the world, Aviom has helped more musicians fix their monitors than any other brand. Aviom personal mixers are designed with the performing and recording musician in mind, with streamlined user interfaces and powerful, practical features.