Extron Introduces Five Input Audio Expansion Processor With AEC and Dante

Eliminates the one-cable-per-mic ratio
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ANAHEIM, CALIF.— AV system integration manufacturer Extron Electronics introduces the AXP 50 C AT, a five input audio expansion processor with Extron ProDSP to integrate remote microphones and other sources onto a Dante-enabled Extron DMP 128 audio system.

A single Ethernet cable to a central equipment rack can link multiple AXP 50 C AT units. The AXP 50 C AT provides 48-volt phantom power to its mic/line inputs. Dedicated signal processing is available for each input, including gain, filtering, dynamics and acoustic echo cancellation. The DSP Configurator Software makes it quick and easy to set up DSP parameters and AEC on the AXP 50 C AT.

In an installation with a large number of mics, the AXP 50 C AT audio expansion processor places audio signals onto the Dante audio network using standard IP networking. Signals are received as expansion inputs at one or more DMP 128 AT processors. A sound system designer can incorporate several AXP 50 C AT input expanders to create large mixing matrixes of remote inputs for DMP 128 AT processors using the built-in four-port Gigabit switch. This simplifies scalability and the audio cabling infrastructure by avoiding long analog mic cable runs. The compact 1U, half rack width enclosure enables convenient installation underneath a conference table, inside a credenza, or anywhere microphones or other sources may be situated.

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