Digigram Reduces NCX, miXart 8 CobraNet PricesDigigram announced price reductions for several of its audio-via-Ethernet networking products. These price reductions are designed to make Digigram technologies 4/19/2004 8:00 AM Eastern
Digigram announced price reductions for several of its audio-via-Ethernet networking products. These price reductions are designed to make Digigram technologies accessible to a broader range of contractors, systems integrators and installations. The price of the NCX Audio terminals has been reduced by 25 percent and the miXart 8 CN multichannel sound card has been reduced by 20 percent.
According to Miranda Van de Pol, Digigram sales and communications director, "Digigrams’s price decreases will make Digigram software and routing solutions more accessible to smaller, budget-conscious projects, such as restaurants, small hotels, schools and museums."
NCX Audio Terminals can be considered as "remote" sound cards and allow for audio distribution over shared Ethernet infrastructure. While sound cards are typically connected to a computer's internal bus, NCXterminals provide the same audio input/output and processing functions but are connected to the computer via Ethernet. NCX audio terminals exist in four different models: NCX200 (two outputs), NCX400 (four outputs), NCX040 (four inputs) and NCX220 (two inputs plus two outputs). All feature GPIO and RS232 connectors.
The miXart 8 CN is a sound card with CobraNet interface. The core of the system, the miXart 8, has 8/8 analog I/Os, including four microphone preamps with phantom power supply. The CobraNet interface provides eight channels of CobraNet input and eight channels of CobraNet output, which operate independently of the analog inputs/outputs.
For more information on the NCX Audio terminals and miXart 8 CN, visit www.digigram.com/products/getinfo.htm?prod_key=9150 and www.digigram.com/products/getinfo.htm?prod_key=11000, respectively.