Arista Corp. has introduced its new Apollo Duo audio over IP product group — an analog audio to Dante interface, Dante to analog audio interface, and a sync interface.
The Apollo Duo ARS-0200-A00 two-channel analog audio to Dante interface allows users to connect legacy audio gear to a Dante network, so that two channels of analog audio can be integrated into a Dante network.
Conversely, the Apollo Duo ARS-0002-A00 converts a Dante stream into two channels of analog audio signal, allowing, for example, users to bring a stereo Dante feed of a live performance back into the analog realm in order to feed a PA.
Arista’s Apollo Duo ARS-0002-A01 allows two audio signal outputs of lip-sync delay of up to 170 ms/ch (fs = 48 kHz) to synchronize the audio stream to the video stream. The delay control switch can add delay in the range of 0~170 ms by 32 increments. The Apollo Duo ARS-0002-A01 uses XLR analog outputs.
All of the range are AES67-compliant, using high resolution 24-bit analog to digital conversion, and the units can be powered via PoE/power over Ethernet or 5 VDC via a micro USB connector.