Yamato Kanagawa Japan, January 30th, 2019 — IDK is pleased to introduce the new NJR-AB08DAN: IP-NINJAR / Dante Audio Bridge, the latest AV over IP. The bridge transcodes audio signaling directly between the IP-NINJAR (SDVoE) and Dante protocol environments. Audio signal transport is enabled from NJR transmitters to Dante devices and from Dante device to NJR receivers.
The new IP-NINJAR Bridge eliminates the needs for third party converters and processors. This enhances system design flexibility while streamlining architecture, eliminating interoperability guesswork and optimizing reliability. Each NJR-AB08DAN can receive up to four (4) audio streams from IP-NINJAR transmitters outputting up to eight (8) channels in Dante protocol. Additionally, each bridge can accept up to 8-channel audio from Dante sources, outputting IP-NINJAR (SDVoE) protocol in up to four (4) audio streams. This feature enables Dante audio embedding on HDMI signals and de-embedding through the analog audio outputs on the IP-NINJAR receivers.
Transcode Audio signal between IP- NINJAR (SDVoE) and Dante protocol
Receives up to four (4) audio streams from IP-NINJAR transmitters and output as Dante protocol up to eight (8) channels
Receives up to 8 channel Dante audio from Dante devices and output as IP-NINJAR (SDVoE) protocol up to four (4) audio streams
Dante audio embedded on HDMI signal at IP-NINJAR receiver
Dante audio de-embedded to analog audio signal at IP-NINJAR receiver
About IDK Corporation
IDK Corporation, is headquartered in Kanagawa Japan with sales, fulfillment and service operations in USA, Europe and Asia. As a customer-focused, Pro-AV equipment manufacturer, IDK designs, develops, manufactures, and rigorously tests our state-of-the-art Pro AV products at IDK’s own facilities in Japan. Our product portfolio includes: multi switchers, video converters, matrix switchers, and AV over IP systems. IDK’s Pro-AV solutions are in use around the globe, for corporate, educational, entertainment, healthcare, retail and surveillance systems.
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