DSP Mixer with VoIP, Telco and Dante Interfaces
ClearOne, a provider of audio and visual communications solutions, has announced availability of its new CONVERGE Pro 2 48VTD which includes VoIP, Telco and Dante interfaces in a single CONVERGE Pro 2 unit.
The new 48VTD pairs with ClearOne’s BMA CT and allows integrators to simplify system designs, increasing installation flexibility and reducing costs. It can also reduce design uncertainty on projects where network connectivity may be unknown early in the project specification cycle.
“Once again, ClearOne has reimagined its leading solutions to provide AV practitioners with optimal, cost-efficient solutions for every unique installation,” said Zee Hakimoglu, ClearOne Chair and CEO. “By combining VoIP, Telco and Dante capabilities in a single unit, integrators can reduce rack space requirements and deliver added functionality. The four-input CONVERGE Pro 2 48VTD can also lower costs when paired with our new P-Link-based BMA CT, allowing integrators to bring a low-cost Dante interface to the BMA CT.
The new CONVERGE Pro 2 48VTD, now shipping worldwide, functions the same as ClearOne’s existing V and T offerings providing a 10-Watt amplifier, four configurable mic/line audio inputs, and 8 configurable mic/line outputs. Additionally, all models are Avaya, Cisco and ShoreTel compliant, and support built-in USB audio, and built-in Skype for Business along with interfaces for VoIP, Telco, and Dante.
The new VTD series works with all existing CONVERGE Pro 2 units and all existing P-Link peripheral products, including the ClearOne BMA CT, Beamforming Microphone Array 2, USB Expander, GPIO Expander and DIALOG®20 Wireless Microphones. All CONVERGE Pro 2 mixers feature the most advanced audio DSP algorithms in the industry, including acoustic echo cancellation, noise cancellation, feedback elimination, gain and level control, and microphone gating.
Dante is a complete media networking solution and has quickly become a standard for digital media networking. Dante distributes uncompressed, multi-channel digital media via standard Ethernet networks, with near-zero latency and perfect synchronisation.