Kramer is announcing the industry’s first ever digital sound processor (DSP) over IP at InfoComm 2017 in Orlando. The KN-DSP100 Kramer Sound server enables simultaneous processing of 64 input channels and distribution of over 1000 outputs.
The KN-DSP100 has a lot of adjectives, and that’s a good thing. Single-box, plug-and-play, hardware- and software-based, IT-oriented… the list goes on. The company adds that it’s compatible with Dante and provides auto-detection of all Kramer devices and their functionality.
“As a music producer and sound engineer, I am especially sensitive to how audio influences so many aspects of our lives in subtle and not so subtle ways,” says Yuval Kramer, director of audio, Kramer. “I saw the potential to do something great in this area that would put us right at the front of the pack among our Pro AV competitors — hence the Kramer Sound server was born,” he added.
The solution is ideal for large-scale DSP deployments such as airports, hotels, courtrooms and hospitals. KN-DSP100 integrates with standard IT infrastructures and simplifies the IT manager’s user experience with a single point of contact for both management and support of all audio devices.
“With a deep commitment to innovating in the field of DSP and audio distribution, we formed what we felt was a natural partnership with the best in the digital audio processing business,” adds Kramer.
KN-DSP100’s processing capability is powered by Waves Audio, developers of audio DSP technologies. It will be available in Q3 2017.
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