French audio equipment manufacturer Digigram has announced the release of a new Dante sound card as part of its ALP-X range. ALP-DANTE is the sixth addition to the fast growing range of ALP-X sound cards launched in 2022.
ALP-DANTE was developed using Digigram’s sturdy platform, whose proven design powers all cards within the ALP-X range with total reliability. PCIe ALP-DANTE puts forward many features that have been designed to empower professional audio users who operate Dante networks, paving the way to a large panel of critical audio applications.
ALP-DANTE offers a low-profile form factor, which is coupled to a fanless design to provide assets to address audio applications where space and reliability are at stake.
In addition to the two Ethernet ports which secure a Dante network redundancy for use cases where reliability is paramount, ALP-DANTE has two Ethernet switch ports for easier connectivity to other Dante/AES67 devices.
Several cards can be installed in the same workstation to increase the channel count and deploy large structures. Also, ALP-DANTE operates under Windows and Linux environments to address multiple applications regardless of the operating systems. Lastly, the card integrates Dante networks thanks to the versatile Dante Controller interface.
A slim and efficient design that pushes reliability and sustainability one step further, or expanded capacities to address critical audio applications, are among the game-changer features of the ALP-DANTE, according to Digigram.
Stéphane Bert, Digigram’s Pre-sales Manager, said, “The card is the right fit for a large array of applications, whether it is broadcast, high channel count recording, playout, real-time processing, or any 365/24/7 run application.”