The new flexible Dante audio interface Model 5330 is a simple, high-performance means of interconnecting analog signals with applications that use Dante audio over Ethernet.
This solution allows four analog line sources to be connected to the unit and then, after digital conversion, they are broadcast through four output channels (transmitters). A two-channel / stereo monitoring section allows you to monitor the input and output signals through meters, headphones, or line outputs.
The device has four inputs, two on the front panel and two on the back, allow the interface with a variety of unbalanced and balanced line level analog sources. Using a rotary control, users can adjust the sensitivity of the input circuits to match the level of the source.
The four input signals are converted to digital audio of 24 bits and then transported through the Dante interface.