BSS has recently launched two Dante capable Soundweb London DSP devices.
Very similar in performance to the BLU-800 and BLU-805, the new BLU-806 device features a 64 in/64 out Dante card instead of the 800’s 32 in/32 out CobraNet card or the BLU-805’s 64 in/64 out AVB card. Programming and control functions are still carried out by BSS London Architect software, enabling simple operation.
Additionally, the 806 still features BSS’s proprietary BLU-Link network audio transport, allowing it to share audio with other Soundweb London devices that do not feature Dante, but do have BLU-Link capability.
BSS also launched the BLU-326, similar to the BLU-320 and BLU-325, with the 320’s CobraNet card and the BLU-325’s AVB card changed out for a Dante card instead, allowing another raft of 64 Dante channels into and another 64 channels out of this device onto a Dante network.
As with the BLU-806, the 326 also retains BLU-Link, so this DSP alone could transform an existing Soundweb London BLU-Link capable installation into a Dante capable one, converting BLU-Link channels to Dante channels and dispatching them across the network.
Soundweb London is now capable of most network audio deployments, all with the same programming interface, be it CobraNet, AVB or Dante.
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