‘The card is the right fit for a large array of applications’
France - Digigram has announced the release of a new Dante sound card as part of its ALP-X range. Available from Digigram’s network of distributors, ALP-Dante is the sixth addition to the fast-growing range of ALP-X sound cards launched in 2022.
ALP-Dante was developed using Digigram’s sturdy platform, which proven design powers all cards within the ALP-X range with ‘legendary reliability’. PCIe ALP-Dante puts forward many features that have been designed to empower professional audio users who operate Dante networks, paving the way to a large panel of critical audio applications.
New to the market is the card’s low-profile form factor, coupled to a fan-less design that provides compelling assets to address audio applications where space and reliability are at stake. In addition to the two Ethernet ports which secure a seamless Dante network redundancy for use cases where reliability is paramount, ALP-Dante has 2 Ethernet switch ports for easier connectivity to other Dante/AES67 devices.
Several cards can be installed in the same workstation to increase the channel count and deploy large structures. Also, ALP-Dante operates under Windows and Linux environments to address multiple applications regardless of the operating systems. Lastly, the card seamlessly integrates Dante networks thanks to the usual Dante Controller interface.
“The card is the right fit for a large array of applications, whether it is broadcast, high channel count recording, playout, real-time processing, or any 365/24/7 run application,” states Stéphane Bert, Digigram’s presales manager.

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