Designed to work with Shure’s Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless systems, Shure says its ANIUSB-MATRIX and ANI22 audio networking interfaces are now shipping. The audio manufacturer introduced the ANIUSB-MATRIX and ANI22 at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE 2017) in January.
Shure says the ANIUSB-MATRIX and ANI22 audio network interfaces are designed for use with its premium AV conferencing microphones, providing simple connectivity for Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless systems to integrate into existing AV/IT infrastructures, according to a Shure press release.
The company adds in its press release that the audio solution ensures ideal compatibility for audio/video conferencing installations in small and medium-sized meeting rooms.
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According to the press release, the ANIUSB-MATRIX connects four Microflex Advance or Microflex Wireless microphone channels via Dante to a room’s audio/video conferencing system or a PC-based soft codec through USB or analog. It contends that it’s ideal when a premium microphone is desired and acoustic echo cancellation of an AV conferencing codec will be used.
More on the ANI22:
Offered in XLR and BLOCK variants, the ANI22 can bring up to two line/mic signals into—or out of—a Dante network for easy audio routing and convenient browser-based remote control, according to the Shure press release.
The ANI22 features a compact form factor for easy mounting without an equipment rack, and Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) eliminates the need for an outboard power supply.
For more information on the ANIUSB-MATRIX and the ANI22 can be found on Shure’s website.