Amplifier enables IP-based distribution for traditional 70 v/100 v audio.

Overland Park, KS (May 17, 2019)–MSE Audio has unveiled the SoundTube Entertainment IPD-Hub 2 DSP Amplifier featuring Dante-enabled audio distribution. The IPD-Hub 2 will debut in booth 6069 at InfoComm 2019 from June 12–14, 2019.

Intended to provide an IP-based audio distribution alternative to traditional 70 v or 100 v audio systems, The IPD-Hub 2 Amplifier is designed for small to medium applications, combining Attero Tech Axiom endpoints with Dante infrastructure to create an IP-based system at a comparable price point to traditional 70 v or 100 v systems.

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The IPD-Hub 2 features two-channel DSP amplification with a multitude of power options, including PoE, PoE+, 40W PoE and 24v PS. The IPD-Hub 2 includes two RJ-45, one Dante and one Axiom input and a two-channel speaker output for flexible audio distribution.

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Aimed for small to medium sized applications like bars, restaurants, hospitality, education facilities and so on, the IPD-HUB 2 DSP amplifier can be part of a complete networked audio system with local and Dante-inputs for simplified network control, addressing the network requirements for commercial audio connectivity.

MSE Audio • www.mseaudio.com