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Attero Tech Unveiling New unDNEMO Network Monitor At Upcoming ISE 2016

Provides selection and monitoring of up to 64 Dante audio channels

Attero Tech will debut the new unDNEMO network monitor, providing users with a simple solution for selection and monitoring of up to 64 Dante audio channels, at the upcoming Integrated Systems Europe 2016 show (February 9-12) in Amsterdam. 

With unDNEMO, network audio can be monitored over the built-in loudspeaker or via a 3.5 mm headphone jack on the front of the unit. In addition, 2 x 2 bidirectional USB connectivity is provided. 

unDNEMO can be used as a hands-free USB soft conferencing device, utilizing the internal microphone and loudspeaker or through the analog headset I/O interface. It has two network connections to allow Dante daisy chaining, which further simplifies system infrastructure wiring by allowing multiple unDNEMO units to use a single Cat-5e/6 home-run connection to a network switch.

A unIFY Windows-hosted GUI is available for system setup, and can select any names for the audio flows to replace the native Dante flow names if desired.

The unDNEMO is powered by either external +24-volt DC or any PoE network switch, so audio, control and power are delivered on one Cat-5e/6 cable.

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