Sonifex Unveils Dante DIO Audiophile Interfaces

If you’re converting audio sources for use over AoIP networks, it makes sense to use the best converters that you can afford. Sonifex has introduced a new line of DIO Audiophile Dante Interfaces that offer high plug-and-play audio quality and a convenient method of connecting legacy analog and digital audio equipment to a Dante-compatible AoIP audio network.

There are nine products in the range that cover mono and stereo analog and AES3 inputs and outputs, together with a microphone amplifier and a headphone output. 

Sonifex is using A/D and D/A circuitry that for analog I/O is 10 times better than similar competing products, offering >120dB of dynamic range.

Using a Dante Controller for configuration and powered by PoE, these rugged aluminium boxes have side slots for screw mounting and contain audio circuitry for optimal audio performance. They feature Neutrik EtherCon connectors and Neutrik lockable audio connectors for ultra-reliable connectivity.

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