VUE Audiotechnik's Dante-ready h-Class h-12 powered speakers
VUE Audiotechnik announces its participation in the Dante A/V Networking World Fall Tour 2015. Co-sponsored by more than 20 leading professional audio manufacturers, Dante A/V Networking World seminars are recommended for anyone involved with the design and installation of networked audio systems, including design consultants, system integrators and sound engineers.
VUE Audiotechnik will provide its Dante enabled h-Class h-12 powered speakers as the lecture-hall P.A. system for all North American stops as well as h-Class elements in the sponsor's pavilion.
Stops along the Dante AV Networking World Fall Tour 2015 will include San Francisco on September 24, Chicago on October 14, New York City on October 28, coinciding with the AES show, Nashville on November 17 during the WFX show, and finally on December 9 in Miami.
Designed by Audinate, Dante is an uncompressed multichannel digital audio and video network protocol with near-zero latency and clock synchronization. Dante networks can be scaled and expanded from basic systems of just a few audio channels to complex networks running thousands of audio channels. Networks are managed using Dante Controller software, which can be run under Windows or Mac OS.
Dante A/V Networking World seminars feature training, presentations and interactive panel discussions conducted by the audio industry's leading experts. Attendees can also meet with representatives from Dante A/V Networking World sponsors, ask questions and gain hands-on experience with Dante-enabled products.
Dante A/V Networking World seminar topics will include an introduction to the Dante network, instruction on how to create a basic Dante network, troubleshooting and use of the Dante Controller software. Detailed examples of network systems will be presented for a variety of applications, including house of worship, broadcast, live sound, corporate A/V, transportation facilities, educational facilities and entertainment venues. Attendees will also learn about network-switch selection, redundant design and incorporating analog signal processors into Dante networks.
"The industry has been looking for a suitable networking solution for more than a decade," says Ken Berger, CEO of VUE. "Dante is well positioned to be that network. We're excited to put our full support behind Dante in that role. Audinate's efforts to disseminate networking knowledge through technical programs like this, is a great service to the industry."
Find information about VUE Audiotechnik's h-Class Series loudspeakers at www.vueaudio.com/h-class.