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Clockaudio transports Dante

Clockaudio transports Dante
CDT 100 MK3

Clockaudio transports Dante

The CDT 100 MK3 Dante Transporter from Clockaudio is described as an advanced professional Dante communications product which combines audio and control transport using the network-based Dante protocol. By taking advantage of the advanced Dante technology and based on the high performance and pre-configurable hardware platform, the CDT 100 MK3 transfers audio and control signals via Ethernet. It has a variety of uses, including but not limited to boardrooms, conference rooms, videoconference rooms and any place where multiple table microphones and control devices are connected back to the AV equipment cabinet. Features include four audio inputs with gain control and high-pass filter, while multiple units can be daisy-chained (a maximum of six units on a single Cat5). Phantom power is provided for each mic input and the four RJ45 touch switch ports are compatible with all logic-enabled Clockaudio devices.

CUI-2
CUI-2

The 24-bit/48kHz CUI-2 USB stereo microphone preamp interface has been designed for working from home. It is described as easy to install with under-table mounting and comes with a low noise design, optimised for Clockaudio microphones. Features include 10–50dB gain control, 48V phantom power, a touch switch port for use with Clockaudio capacitive touch switches, LED brightness control, RGB colour selection for mute and unmute, latching mute and push to mute modes and VU metering for microphone gain setup via TS buttons. It is a compact aluminium enclosure with flange mounts and comes with an optional 12V external supply.

The CUB-33 plug-and-play tabletop USB microphone uses the same technology developed for the CUI-2 but in a ‘’no holes required’’ table-top version. It adds an LCD capacitive touchscreen that can be used as a mute button and a multi-stage VU meter. For privacy, the CUB-33’s mute is local, meaning the audio never leaves the microphone if muted and cannot be unmuted by a hacker that gains access to a computer without knowledge. It is driverless and also mute sync compatible with the Zoom meetings app.



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