High-quality sound can bring more clarity to the conference, but not without high quality conversion. ANI interfaces with Dante™ make it easy to connect analog microphones to the network. Paired with analog microphones, ANI keeps the conversation on track.
When you need to add a handful of analog inputs to your Dante digital audio network, it’s not much simpler than Shure’s ANI4IN-XLR audio network interface. A single Ethernet connection provides audio and power from your Dante network. The ANI4IN-XLR interface features a 4-band EQ for each channel, perfect for optimizing your sound for network applications. The XLR inputs accept mic or line-level signals, and the browser-based control software gives you easy remote access to all interface settings. Complete with LEDs to indicate interface status and signal presence, GearNuts can confirm that the Shure ANI4IN-XLR is a highly effective solution for extending your Dante digital audio network
Audio network interface brings up to 4 analog wired microphones onto Dante for easy audio routing and convenient browser-based remote control.
Converts up to four line / mic analog signals onto a Dante network for easy audio routing and browser-based control.
- Single Ethernet port carries Dante audio, power (PoE – class 0)
- LEDs indicate device status and audio signal
- Control strings for third-party preset controllers including Crestron and AMX
- 4 Band C/S PEQ on every channel
- Provides channel summing to combine input signals and send them over a single Dante™ channel
- Browser-based software control for all device parameters, per input channel:
- Preamp gain
- Mute control
- Digital gain
- Polarity control
- Phantom power
- 1/3 Rack unit wide
- Chassis ground screw (BLOCK version only) provides common chassis ground for multiple inputs
- Available in block connector (audio + logic) and standard XLR variations