At InfoComm: A&H Bows dLive DM0

Allen & Heath has introduced the DM0, a new 4U dLive MixRack for distributed audio environments.
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Orlando, FL (June 14, 2017)—Allen & Heath has introduced the DM0, a new 4U dLive MixRack for distributed audio environments. DM0 offers Allen & Heath’s XCVI FPGA Core and processing power for 128 channels and 64 buses at 96 kHz with an estimated latency of <0.7ms, offers the company. The DM0 also includes three 128 channel I/O ports, accepting cards for major audio networking protocols such as Dante and AES67.

Also announced by Allen & Heath at InfoComm 2017 is a new DX Link I/O card and DX Hub half-rack unit, enabling a dLive system to connect up to 48 audio I/O devices up to 100m apart; this is designed to meet the needs of very large venues. Further, A&H’s new wall mount expander, the 16-in/four-out DX164-W, joins the company’s DX168 stage box and the modular DX32 in the DX expander range.

Other A&H dLive system announcements include extended remote control options such as the programmable IP1 wall plate remote control, which allows non-technical users control over such functions as music source selection, level control, or preset recall. Up to 96 IP1, IP6 and IP8 remote controllers can now be added to a dLive system via standard TCP/IP networks, in addition to console style mixing surfaces, tablet and laptop control.

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