Fohhn rust nieuwe systemen uit met Dante interface
With the new Linea Focus DLI line source systems, Fohhn has, for the first time, released products that are equipped with an interface for the Dante™ digital audio networking solution.
“We are supporting Dante on a broad level,” explains Jochen Schwarz, CEO of Fohhn Audio AG. In the course of digitization, all new active loudspeaker systems and DSP amplifiers will be equipped with the relevant interfaces – so-called input interfaces – on a step-by-step basis. The same also applies to the DSP-controlled amplifiers in the forthcoming DI-Series.
For Fohhn, this improved compatibility via Dante™ is a logical step: Since the millennium, company engineers have been focussing on digital amplifier- and control technology (DSP). The appearance of AIREA in 2014 heralded the arrival of the first in-house developed, fully digital audio network system and active loudspeaker concept. With the forthcoming AIREA Breakout Extension ABX-5, there will soon be an adapter that enables problem-free interaction between AIREA and Dante™ – in both directions.
Dante™ stands for “Digital Audio Networking Through Ethernet” and was developed by the Australian company Audinate. Within this increasingly widespread digital audio network, data transmission takes place over IP networks. Dante™ offers complex audio routing possibilities and enables redundant cabling.