AEQ Shows AoIP Products Natively Supporting Dante Networking

Madrid, Spain-based Broadcast audio equipment provider AEQ is betting heavily on the Dante audio networking standard, offering 15 different devices that are fully compliant with the expanding community of audio and video equipment manufacturers (now close to 500) supporting Audinate’s de facto standard.

AEQ makes audio mixing consoles, playout automation suites, analog, digital, USB, microphone and headphone audio interfaces, TDM bus-based audio routers, audio codecs, intercom matrixes, intercom panels and commentary units. The company exhibited its products in the Audinate booth at the recent ISE 2017 Show in Amsterdam.

On display at ISE 2017 were: AEQ’s Phoenix Venus 3 audio codec (featuring Dante IP connectivity), a dual IP stereo, full duplex audio codec system; the KROMA by AEQ Crossnet compact intercom matrix with IP Dante connection capability for up to 128 panels (as well as other analog and digital inputs); and the KROMA TP 8116, an Intercom user panel that supports Dante connectivity.

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