Audio-Technica at InfoComm 2018: A Slew of Mic Products Are Now AES67 Compliant

New Audio-Technica AES67 compliant range of network microphones and devices provide audio over IP functionality in a slew of models.

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The Audio-Technica InfoComm 2018 booth displayed newly-updated, AES67 compliant boundary microphones and other devices, identified by the company’s “a” designation.

The AES67 compliant products cover a range of products that include the ATND97a boundary microphone, the ATND8677a microphone desk stand, ATND8734a power module, the ATND931a gooseneck microphone and ATND933a hanging ceiling-mount microphone.

The ATND8677a Microphone Desk Stand mics with Dante Network Output are just two of a whole line of products that are AES67 compliant. Learn more below.

Audio-Technica AES67 Integration Provides System Flexibility

According to the company, its new network microphones and components are engineered for audio-over-IP applications that includes AES67 compliant networks.

The company says its products work with systems that utilize Livewire, RAVENNA and Q-LAN AoIP technologies.

How it’s Made: Audio-Technica AT5047 Condenser Microphone

The products also function as standard communication tools with features such as talk/mute, gain, low-cut filter and LED controls.

In addition, some of the other features the new products provide include improved Dante Domain Manager capabilities with options such as role-based security, cross-subnet routing and SNMP alerts.

More from Audio-Technica and Gary Boss, marketing director:

These new Network Microphones and Devices are designed for audio-over-IP interoperability, connecting directly to any compliant network, including those that utilize Livewire, RAVENNA and Q-LAN AoIP technologies.

With increased connectivity for audio streams and expanded Dante features, these new Network Microphones and Devices give users plug-and-play access to nearly any AoIP system.

“It’s kind of a revamp of some of our high-technology pieces we have. That’s our network microphones. So essentially what we have is we built ff our Dante-enabled output microphones we’re upgraded to the latest Audinate chipset.

“So now we have AES67 integration as well. We have that really in three form factors, so again—they are turnkey solutions.”

Learn more about each of the AES67 compliant models here.

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Robert Archer is CI's product editor. He has been covering the electronics industry for more than a decade.

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