06.11.2009 11:56 AM
DigiSpider brings new CobraNet products to InfoComm

DigiSpider, one of the earliest licensees of CobraNet technology for pro audio, will be showing its latest products, the TR800 audio transceiver and CFM conference mixer, at the upcoming InfoComm 2009. The company will be located in Booth 6628 of Hall A.

The TR800 Network Audio Transceiver transports CobraNet audio signals over a fast Ethernet network. Advanced features include Power over Ethernet (PoE) and tracking gain control function mode, and the output level can be adjusted automatically to keep a constant power ratio. The TR800 transports uncompressed 48kHz 20-bit audio via Cat 5 with latency less than 5ms.

DigiSpider’s CFM Conference mixer is a CobraNet-based design specifically for audio conference system. The main unit CFM-1006 provides 10 mic/line inputs and six outputs, expandable with the eight-channel CFM-0800. Setup and control are provided via the company’s NSP-100 software.

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