Shure begins shipping two new audio network interfaces
ANIUSB-MATRIX and the ANI22 – which were first revealed at the ISE Show in Amsterdam earlier this year – are designed for use with the company's AV conferencing microphones.
Shure has announced that two of its newest audio network interfaces, the ANIUSB-MATRIX and the ANI22, are now available for shipping.
The audio network interfaces – which were first revealed at the ISE Show in Amsterdam earlier this year – are designed for use with Shure’s AV conferencing microphones.
The ANIUSB-MATRIX and the ANI22 provide simple connectivity for Shure’s Microflex Advance and Microflex Wireless systems to integrate into existing AV/IT infrastructures, as well as ensuring compatibility for AV conferencing installations in small and medium-sized meeting rooms.
The ANIUSB-MATRIX connects four Microflex Advance or Microflex Wireless microphone channels via Dante to a room’s audio/video conferencing system or a PC-based soft codec through USB or analogue, ideal for when a premium microphone is desired and acoustic echo cancellation of an AV conferencing codec will be used.
Offered in XLR and BLOCK variants, the ANI22 can bring up to two line/mic signals into—or out of—a Dante network for easy audio routing and convenient browser-based remote control. The ANI22 features a compact form factor for easy mounting without an equipment rack, and Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) eliminates the need for an outboard power supply.