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Digigram Releases New Sound Card as Part of Its ALP-X Series

The ALP-AES67 includes Ravenna and SMPTE ST-2110 compliance

French manufacturer Digigram has released a new sound card as part of its growing ALP-X series, which launched in 2022. Available through Digigram’s distributors, the ALP-AES67 offers enhanced capabilities for critical audio applications.

While the ALP-X range already covers a range of audio protocols, Digigram says the ALP-AES67 “brings versatility to professional audio users thanks to its low-profile form factor coupled with a fanless design, accommodating most PCs and servers, especially when space is scarce,” according to a company press release.

The ALP-AES67 PCIe card supports 64 playback channels and 64 recording channels, enabling the deployment of large-scale audio structures. Digigram says its compatibility with both Windows and Linux environments is useful asset for wide applications, “giving large freedom to users who are no longer bound by OS support.”

Additionally, the card is equipped with two Ethernet ports, ensuring network redundancy, and two Ethernet switch ports for connectivity to other Dante, AES67 and Ravenna devices. 

This new addition to the ALP range opens new possibilities for our clients,” said Stéphane Bert, Digigram’s presales manager, in the release. “While ALP-AES67 ensures full compliance with Ravenna and SMPTE ST-2110 audio standards, it delivers the usual Digigram high performance and reliability they trust us with.” 

Learn more about the ALP-AES67 card at Digigram’s product page

Based in the French Alps, Digigram has offices in France and Singapore.

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