Digigram ES8in XLR Multichannel Ethersound Analog Interface
The Digigram ES8in XLR Multichannel Ethersound Analog Interface is he easiest and most cost-effective way to distribute high-quality audio. Functioning as an Ethernet audio bridge, you can install and distribute up to 64 channels of high-quality audio using standard Ethernet switches and CAT5 cabling.
The Digigram ES8in XLR Multichannel Ethersound Analog Interface transforms up to eight analog audio signals into as many EtherSound channels and inserts them into an EtherSound network. The network set-up is as easy as plugging in an Ethernet cable. System set-up, control and re-configuration are operated remotely via straightforward PC software. No specific IT expertise is required.
Front DetailDigigram ES8in XLR Multichannel Ethersound Analog Interface Features:
-synchronous high-quality audio distribution in broadcast facilities
-multi-zone audio distribution in fixed installations
-touring and portable Public address (broadcast vehicles, touring theatres, live recording set-ups)
-easy to set-up and configure (software defined virtual signal paths)
-easy to install (fewer cables to pull, standard Ethernet cables)
-easy re-configure or expand (few cables, easily (un)pluggable, "soft" zoning)
-easy to learn (no specific or deep knowledge required)
-ease to use (simple and intuitive user software)
-easy to design (flexible topology, no deep/specific knowledge required)
The Digigram ES8in XLR Multichannel Ethersound Analog Interface allows audio distribution with amazing flexibility, going well beyond the possibilities of analog audio installations and their physically defined signal paths. The routing can be dynamically adapted to the changing needs of the audio installation using management software on a remote PC. Installation is easier than traditional audio installations, with Ethernet cabling standard in new buildings and easily installed in existing facilities by non-audio specialists.
The Digigram ES8in XLR Multichannel Ethersound Analog Interface allows management of GPIO and RS232 for bi-directional control. Connection can be made by the XLR connectors. Set-up and management of one or more EtherSound networks may be done via EScontrol (available from www.digigram.com