Network Audio with EtherSound
EtherSound is an elegantly simple and open standard for networking digital audio. The use of EtherSound products in an audio system eliminates the need to bring all the signals to a central switching or routing location, greatly simplifying system configuration. The set-up of a dedicated Ethersound network is as simple as plugging an Ethernet cable. The system does not require specific data networking skills. An Ethersound system may also share existing network wiring (using a VLAN) further saving time and expense.
EtherSound Audio Network Solutions
EtherSound is an industry standard with a rapidly growing number of pro-audio manufacturers including Yamaha, Digigco, and Allen and Heath offering EtherSound enabled products which can be combined into a single network. Here are the many off-the shelf Ethernet components available from Digigram, offering up to 64-channels of redundant synchronous audio with routing and volume control over a standard Ethernet cable.
EtherSound ES220/ES220-L inserts and/or extracts up to two EtherSound channels into and/or from the network and transforms them into two analog audio signals for routing and/or playback. ES220 provides both two inputs and two outputs where ES220-L provides user switchable inputs or outputs.
CARD FOR STUDER CONSOLES
EtherSound to Digital Console Converter
Designed to fit into the Studer D21m I/O system rack for use with the Studer OnAir 3000 console. Compatible with Studer flagship Vista series and routing systems. ES-100 Audio Transport technology for daisy chain or star topologies with fault tolerant ring topology.