Audio over IP doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. With SIMPLE IP-D, bring simplicity and value to AoIP. Connect any audio equipment via Ethernet connectivity.
The beauty of AoIP is that it makes cabling simple and efficient. Traditionally, it had been expensive and limited, due to proprietary protocols. With the introduction of AES67, it is now realistic for radio stations to convert to AoIP.
Based on industry standards, Audinate created Dante, an uncompressed, multi-channel digital media network technology with near-zero latency and synchronisation. Dante is the preferred audio networking solution that has been adopted by more AV audio manufacturers than any other networking technology. Interoperability is not a dream of the future, but a reality today. There are hundreds of Dante-compatible products from the world’s leading manufacturers, making it possible to mix devices from multiple manufacturers.
Audio over IP used to be limited by proprietary protocols. You couldn’t connect a brand A console to brand B. Therefore, you had to commit to a specific manufacturer when entering AoIP. AES67 changes this. When you see the AES67 logo, you can know that console or hardware IP will send audio to another AES67 device without difficulty.
SIMPLE IP-D is AES67 compliant. Using the Dante standard, this device can send and receive audio to any other AES67 device. Whether it’s a console, a switcher, or any other piece of compatible hardware.
Got two studios you want to connect? You could use complicated punch blocks and run miles of cable. Or you could use Simple IP. With Simple IP, you connect your audio equipment to one of our Simple IP boxes. These boxes have 8 inch x 8 output mono connections. Allowing you to connect up to 8 channels of audio in and out. Or you can do 4 inputs and outputs, if you want to use stereo.