Audio Technica ATND917 Dante boundary microphone
The Dante protocol offers unique options for conference systems. Audio Technica have noticed this and they designed a microphone that uses this protocol. This ATND971 boundary microphone is fitted with a clear on/off button that lights up green or red, dependent on its status. The quality of this microphone is excellent – it ensures clarity and focus, especially well suited for speech!
Audio Technica ATND971: the Dante protocol
Dante provides a number of impressive options. You can stream high-quality audio over an ordinary network, with minimal delay. Furthermore, you can control other AV devices via a Dante network. This can also be done with the ATND971. A small example: when you press the ‘on’ button, you can instantly aim a camera at the speaker. You can therefore connect complex conference or meeting systems. Let Dante do your work for you.
To ensure optimal sound quality, Audio Technica have chosen a boundary microphone model. Even if you don’t speak directly into the microphone, optimal audio quality is ensured. The ATND971 is powered via the network connector at the rear. Therefore, you only need one cable to connect it, so that you will be able to enjoy a neat and clear system without a jumble of cabling.
- Connector RJ-45
- Microphone sensitivity (dBV/PA) not applicable
- Microphone impedance not applicable
- Maximum SPL 110 dB - 119 dB
- Maximum frequency 20 - 20.9 kHz
- Minimum frequency 30 - 34 Hz
Weight and dimensions including packaging
- Weight (incl. packaging) 100 gr
- Dimensions (incl. packaging) 25.0 x 13.0 x 7.0 cm
- conference microphone
- fit for Dante network
- capsule: boundary
- provided with clear on/off button
- power supply: via PoE network