In stand 7-A400 at ISE 2023 SoundTube, an MSE Audio brand, will demonstrate its STNet line of Dante-enabled products.
Among the products the company will showcase at the event include SoundTube IPD Dante-enabled speakers that provide a choice of open-ceiling, in-wall, surface-mount, pendant, in-ceiling and outdoor audio models. MSE Audio states the STNet-enabled IPD speakers incorporate its Broadbeam Ring technology that helps the products to produce a predictable 110-degrees of dispersion coverage.
Some of the other products that will be demonstrated in the booth include the STNet-enabled IPD-Hub 2 DSP Amplifier. This amplifier enables integrators to assemble Dante-based systems using SoundTube RVC-1 controls without having to use traditional DSPs. MSE Audio explains that through the use of the IPD-Hub 2 DSP Amplifier in each zone, integrators can reduce hardware costs to make a system using these components cost competitive with 70-volt/100-volt systems.
SoundTube’s STNet Switch II is a 16-port, managed network switch designed specifically for audio that provides 40-watts per port. The audio-specific network switch is UL and CE listed and it provides easy connectivity when used with category cables or the unit’s two SFP fiber ports.
MSE Audio adds the line of products are controlled through the use of SoundTube’s STNet Control Center. This software tool can be used by dealers to set levels, equalization (EQ), delay, high- and low-pass filters, 40-watts of PoE power, and a pink-noise generator.
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