Bittree Introduces Patch 32A Dante Audio Patchbay

Bittree has debuted the Patch 32A, a new audio patchbay designed to integrate traditional analog and IP network-based patching.

Bittree said the Patch32A provides a ramp to instantly move 16 channels of analog audio onto and off of Dante networks. It serves as a natural bridge between legacy audio equipment and IP-based systems that use Dante media networking technology, including the Dante platform’s AES67 and SMPTE ST-2110 interoperability.

The Patch32A minimizes cabling, conversion equipment and associated costs for recording studios, broadcasters, performance venues and other professional audio environments.  

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