AoIP for Everyone.

Audio over IP does not need to be complicated or expensive. With Simple IP, it brings the simplicity and value to AoIP. Connect any audio equipment using Ethernet connectivity.

Power, coupled with value.

starting at $1,499.


The beauty of AoIP is that it makes wiring simple and effective. Traditionally, it had been expensive and limited, due to proprietary protocols. With the introduction to AES67, it is now realistic for radio stations to convert to AoIP.

Why AES67.


Audio over IP used to be limited by proprietary protocols. You couldn't connect Brand A console to Brand B. Therefore, you had to commit to a specific manufacturer when getting into AoIP. AES67 changes this. When you see the AES67 logo, you can know that that IP console or hardware will send audio to another AES67 device without difficulty.


Simple IP is AES67 compliant. Using the Dante standard, this device can send and receive audio to any other AES67 device. Whether that is a console, switcher or other compliant piece of hardware.

Why Dante.


Based on industry standards, Audinate created Dante, an uncompressed, multi-channel digital media networking technology, with near-zero latency and synchronization. Dante is the preferred audio networking solution that has been adopted by more audio AV manufacturers than any other networking technology. Interoperability is not a dream of the future, but a reality today. Hundreds of Dante-enabled products are available from the world’s leading manufacturers, enabling you to mix devices from multiple manufacturers.

Beauty in simplicity.


Do you have two studios you want to connect? You could use complicated punch blocks and run miles of cable. Or, you can use Simple IP. With Simple IP, you connect your audio equipment to one of our Simple IP boxes. These boxes have 8in x 8out mono connections. Allowing you to connect up to 8 audio channels in and out. Or you may do 4 in and out, if you want to use stereo.





Do you have more studios, or more equipment you need to connect? No problem. Simply add more Simple IP boxes. It is that simple.



Connect any audio hardware.


Simple IP works with any of our ARC or MARC series consoles. Using RJ45 inputs and outputs, you can quickly and easily connect any of our boards to Simple IP in seconds.


Have other hardware or consoles you want to connect? No problem. Simply connect your hardware to Simple IP via the RJ45 inputs and outputs.


Once connected to your network, the Dante Controller interface will automatically detect each Simple IP connection within seconds.



Connect using any switch.


Dante will work with any Ethernet switch. Simply connect Simple IP to your network switch and Dante will auto-detect any Dante device.


It is recommended to use faster switches, such as Gigabit (1000Mbps) switches. Dante also recommends using switches with QoS (Quality of Service).


Dante Controller.


Dante Controller is a free software application that enables you to route audio and configure Simple IP devices on a Dante network. With automatic device discovery, one-click signal routing and user-editable device and channel labels, setting up a Dante network couldn’t be easier.


Works on MAC and Windows PC's.


  • View all Dante-enabled audio devices and their channels on the network
  • View and edit device clock and network settings
  • Route audio between devices, and view the state of existing audio routes
  • Rename devices and channels using your own friendly names.
  • Customize the receive latency (latency before playout)
  • Save and reapply audio routing presets
  • Edit presets offline, and apply as configurations for new network deployments
  • Change sample rates and clock settings
  • View multicast bandwidth across the network
  • View transmit and receive bandwidth for each device
  • View device performance information, including latency stats, clock stability stats and packet errors
  • View comprehensive, configurable event logs

Auxiliary Apps

Dante Virtual Soundcard.

PC, MAC: Meet Dante.

Dante Virtual Soundcard turns your computer into a Dante-powered workstation, seamlessly integrating your PC or Mac with Dante audio devices on your network. Instantly connect to record, process and playout using any audio application and any combination of Dante-enabled devices.



  • Record up to 64 channels of pristine audio from your Dante network using your favorite DAW such as ProTools, Logic, Cubase or others
  • Playout audio from any application like iTunes.
  • Share VoIP calls from Skype with your entire audience
  • Play sound from any application to enhance demonstrations and videos
  • Send rich, powerful audio from your PowerPoint or Keynote slides to any Dante-enabled sound system
  • Route audio to different destinations and devices with any number of channels, including splits
  • 64 channels of uncompresed, bidirectional audio means no-compromise multi-track recording
  • Virtual Sound Check up to 64 channels of playout for live shows
  • Windows: ASIO and WDM drivers
  • Mac OS X: Core Audio integration
  • 16, 24 and 32-bit audio at 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4** and 192** kHz
  • 4ms, 6ms and 10ms fixed latencies
  • Ultra precision time alignment (1 μsec)
  • Up to 64x64 bidirectional audio channels







Analog Performance

Cirrus Logic 24 bit

192kHz Stereo Audio Codecs

114dB range

(-)100dB THD+N





Sample Bit Depth - 16, 24, 32 bits per sample

Sample Rates - 44.1 / 48/88.2 / 96 / 176.4 / 192kHz

Ethernet - 100Mbps & 1000Mbps

Audio Transport Format - Dante Audio over IP, AES67 RTP




Analog - $1,499.


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Analog - $1,999.


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