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MSE Audio Releases Applications for SoundTube IPD Hub 2 DSP Amplifier


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Networked audio for the price of a conventional 70/100V distributed audio system

Overland Park, Kan. – May 5, 2020 – MSE Audio, parent company of SoundTube Entertainment, Soundsphere, dARTS, Phase Technology, Induction Dynamics, SolidDrive and Rockustics, releases applications for the SoundTube IPD Hub 2 DSP Amplifier that shows integrators how to create a Dante®-enabled system without a traditional DSP. The IPD Hub 2 is now shipping globally.

SoundTube’s IPD Hub 2 amplifier is a 2-channel Dante amp with DSP built-in. The amp is AES67 compatible and powered by PoE, PoE+ or 40W PoE. It includes an RJ45 Ethernet connection and can be used with Radio Design Labs Format A (RDL) or Attero Tech Axiom line level, mic level, balanced XLR or Bluetooth input devices – stereo or mono, virtually any input.

The beauty of the IPD Hub 2 Amplifier is that integrators can create a complete Dante-enabled audio system with SoundTube RVC-1 controls without using a traditional DSP. Using a decentralized DSP amplifier in each zone rather than a centralized DSP greatly reduces hardware costs making an IPD-HUB 2 networked audio system about the same price as a conventional 70/100V distributed audio system.

Designed for small to medium-sized applications including bars, restaurants, hospitality, education facilities and more, the IPD HUB 2 Amplifier can be linked together to distribute audio over large spaces or set up to operate in up to eight zones.

This is a typical application for a mid-size restaurant with a Dante main feed, five zones and local inputs in four zones. RVCs control two preset Dante and a local source with priority ducking in all zones. To download the image, click here.

Another good application for the IPD Hub 2 is for a classroom or performing arts dressing room with a Dante main feed and a local input. The RVC control can be set to switch between the local and Dante inputs with priority ducking in the room. To download the image, click here.

“Value is a big consideration on many projects,” said Ken Hecht, vice president of MSE Audio. “The IPD Hub 2 gives integrators Dante-compatible design options that provide a high-tech solution at low-tech prices. We invite our integrators to reach out with their application needs.”

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About MSE Audio

Headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas, USA, MSE Audio is the parent company of six speaker manufacturing brands and distributes its products globally. With multiple design and manufacturing centers across the residential and commercial markets, MSE Audio’s synergistic, cross-platform design and engineering ensures exceptional durability, superior sonic performance and refined aesthetics. www.mseaudio.com Media Contact: Coleen Sterns Leith Marketing Matters P: 954-925-1511 x1 E: coleen@marketingmatters.net


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