Digigram will arrive at the upcoming ISE 2016 conference with its latest in sound cards for broadcast and AV installations in tow, including its new IP-audio networking sound cards.
Among Digigram’s IP-audio sound cards is the LX-IP PCIe, which is designed to enable migration to IP, secure content delivery with the same latency as digital audio and interoperability with other audio protocols. According to the company, the sound card provides a channel density of up to 256 channels, latency down to one audio sample per IP packet, and is phase-accurate, supporting migration of the studio to IP.
The LX-IP allows users to record and play up to 128 audio-over-IP Ravenna/AES67 channels in and out of a desktop computer. Additional features include round-trip latency down to 3ms, interoperability with all AES67 requirements, an embedded 128×128 switching matrix, Grandmaster PTP clock abilities and redundancy from two Gigabit Ethernet connections.
Digigram will also hold a demonstration of audio networking interoperability of products that employ networking technologies like Dante, Livewire, Q-Lan and Ravenna. The demonstration will also show how AES67 can transport high-quality audio over VoIP-capable network infrastructures.
ISE 2016 is set to take place from Feb. 9–12 in Amsterdam. Digigram will be located at the Media Networking Alliance Stand, 7-X230.