E-Vocal Duo+ Dual Channel Analog Input and Output Dante Converter

Arista Corporation

Dante-enabled E-Vocal® Duo+ Series products are dual channel analog input and analog output Dante converters, all fully-functional Dante-enabled devices with all the features you’d expect from Dante audio networking. Each one delivers bit-perfect audio reproduction, super-low latency and sample-accurate synchronization across the entire network. All E-Vocal® Duo+ Series Dante-Enabled devices are managed by easy-to-use Dante Controller software on any connected PC or Mac. Plug & Play Each product in E-Vocal® Duo+ Series is a complete, high-performance Dante-Enabled device, delivering all the automations and ease of use that have made it the most popular audio networking solution worldwide. E-Vocal® Duo+ Series products are automatically discovered and ready to use when connected. Mic PreAmp Gain Control ARS-0202-A11, ARS-0202-B11 in E-Vocal® Duo+ Series has a dual balanced Mic XLR input Preamp. The gain level of Mic Preamp is ranging from –8 dB to +34 dB and can be adjusted via rotary knobs on the front panel or can be adjusted remotely via web browser. Phantom Power The ARS-0202-A11, ARS-0202-B11 can provide a power source to microphones when condenser microphone is used. ARS-0202-A11, ARS-0202-B11 will eject 48V DC to the condenser microphones when Phantom Power is enabled via switch on the front panel or via a web browser. Lip-Sync Delay When streaming audio and video separately, audio can be processed a lot faster than video, as result; video is displayed slower than the voice heard. The technology that makes audio and video arrive at the same time is called Audio Sync, Audio Delay, and Lip Sync. Regardless of the terms used, ARS-0202-A11, ARS-0202-B11 in E-Vocal® Duo + Series offer an optional function to slow down or delay the arrival of the audio signal so that the image on the screen and audio soundtrack match. Both model provide a Lip-Sync function and the delay can be set up to 170 ms in 32 intervals. The delay intervals can be set via rotary knob to increase / decrease delay intervals or via web browser if remote control is required.