Digigram’s new Audioway range, which includes Bridge B1, Bridge B2 and Bridge B3, is designed to distribute and interconnect audio streams in the studio and from outside broadcasts.
The company says the single-box units bridge AoIP streams and legacy signals, while also ensuring clock synchronization between the systems. Designed to be the backbone of an audio infrastructure, Digigram explains that the range promises users the ability to route and monitor low latency audio in all protocols and eases studio management through its AVS-monitor, Dante Controller and multiple presets.
Audioway Bridge B1 serves as a gateway between MADI and AES/EBU digital audio streams and AES67/Dante synchronous AoIP streams. It routes as well as monitors all I/Os through to the control software supplied. Featuring 64/64 Dante/AES67 full-duplex I/O channels, it is equipped with 64/64 MADI I/O and 16/16 AES/EBU I/O channel digital audio interfaces, as well as a low latency hardware routing matrix between I/Os.
Audioway Bridge B2 is equipped with 64/64 MADI I/O and interconnects MADI and AES67/Dante workflows.
Finally, Audioway Bridge B3, operating AES/EBU and AES67/Dante streams, provides 16/16 AES/EBU I/O channels.
The Audioway Bridge range will be available in March.
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