Audio-Technica has debuted two new Dante-enabled ceiling-mount microphone solutions at the ISE Show in Amsterdam.
The company’s complete ATUC-50 digital discussion system is on display for the first time – with a variety of seminars on the ATUC-50 and general microphone specification and deployment planned for the show.
The ATND931 Dante six-inch gooseneck microphone and ATND933 Dante hanging microphone are both available in a number of configurations, including black and white colour options and a selection of three polar patterns (cardioid, hypercardioid and MicroLine). All configurations come standard with the new ATND8734 ceiling-mount power module with Dante network output, offering a solution for integrating these new microphones with a Dante network without the need for a separate, standalone audio interface.
The ATND8734 comes equipped with an 80Hz low-cut UniSteep filter, selectable for a flat response or low-frequency roll-off, as well as a three-position input gain level selector (+30dB, +40dB, and +50dB) and green/red LEDs. All features may be configured and controlled remotely via third-party software.
ISE 2017 will also represent the first showing of Audio-Technica’s complete ATUC-50 digital discussion system with the recently introduced ATUC-50INT interpretation unit.
Audio-Technica will also host a seminar focused on the ATUC-50 on Friday 10 February from 10am. To be held in Meeting Room G001 in the Auditorium Centre, the seminar will provide an introduction and guide to easy set-up, programming and system integration for integrators, end-users and distributors. To register for one of the limited seminar spaces, visitors are asked to email their name, job title and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org