Audio-Technica has introduced two new Dante-enabled ceiling-mount microphone solutions – ATND931 Dante 6-inch gooseneck microphone and ATND933 Dante hanging microphone – both available in a number of configurations, including black and white color options and a selection of three polar patterns. All configurations come standard with the new ATND8734 microphone ceiling-mount power module with Dante network output, offering a simple and cost-effective solution for integrating these new microphones with a Dante network without the need for a separate, standalone audio interface. The ATND931 and ATND933 join the ATND8677 microphone desk stand and ATND971 network boundary microphone, a microphone product to transmit both audio and control data using the Dante network protocol. A simple Ethernet connection allows these microphones to communicate across an existing network of Dante-enabled devices.
The ATND8734 ceiling-mount power module with Dante network output is designed to be permanently installed in a US standard metal 2-gang electrical box, and comes equipped with an 80 Hz low-cut UniSteep filter, selectable for a flat response or low-frequency roll-off, as well as a three-position input gain level selector (+30, +40, and +50 dB) and green/red LEDs. All features may be configured and controlled remotely via third-party software. Audio-Technica has been working closely with DSP manufacturers including Biamp, Symetrix, and Bose to ensure Dante-compatible logic and remote control software integration for simple, flexible operation without the need for additional cabling.
Contact: Pro Visual Audio Pvt. Ltd, No. 4 , Pushpa Nagar First Road, Pushpa, Iyyappanthagal Chennai-600056, Tamil Nadu, India; Tel +91-44-43840029; Website: www.audio-technica.com