Previously traditional analogue networks have been used to connect devices together. For example a microphone, mixer, amplifier and loudspeaker would be connected together via a fixed copper route between all of the devices. The flexibility cannot be easily changed. Dante Audio Networks allow the whole system set up to become much more flexible.
Dante which is a digital protocol provides a much more flexible route between the various devices. This means that devices can be up on the network and the Dante transmitter can be received by several other Dante receivers.
There are several benefits of using Dante Audio Networks rather than traditional analogue networks:
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