8.2. Dante

Dante expansion card
  • Audinate Brooklyn II Dante Module based design

  • 32 In / 32 Out operation from 44.1kHz to 96kHz

  • Sample Rate Clock Sources: Brooklyn II Module, Dante network, H9000

  • AES67 Support

  • Either 2 Primary and 2 Redundant Networks Connections or 4 Primary Network Connections

  • Integrates with Dante-enabled devices: https://etide.io/dante-enabled

8.2.1. Dante Setup

Besides the Clock Source (Section 3.1.4), neither Emote nor the H9000 contain setup options for Dante. All setup is done with Audinate’s Dante applications, available here: https://etide.io/latest-dante

Note

The Dante expansion card is not a network router, but it is a network switch. If Emote is on the same local area network as Dante, and the Dante expansion card is configured in Switched mode, then an ethernet cable can be plugged in directly between the H9000’s ethernet port and any of the Dante card’s primary ports.

8.2.2. Documentation

https://etide.io/dante-tech-docs

8.2.3. Firmware updates

The H9000 Dante expansion card firmware update is available here: https://etide.io/dante-exp-firmware

To update your H9000 Dante expansion card firmware, first download Audinate’s Dante Controller, available here: https://etide.io/latest-dante

The Updater is available in Dante Controller’s “view” menu. Import “h9k-dante-io-board-19.1.31.1.dnt” into the Updater by following Audinate’s guide here: https://etide.io/dante-firmware-import