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Digigram Releases New Sound Card

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Digigram has released a new sound card, ALP-AES67, as part of its acclaimed ALP-X range.

Available today through Digigram's extensive network of distributors, ALP-AES67 is the latest addition to the continuously expanding ALP-X series launched in 2022.

While the ALP-X range already covers a large range of audio protocols, ALP-AES67 takes Digigram a step further into the Broadcast, Live Sound and Events applications, where critical audio is at stake.

Featuring the signature characteristics of the ALP-X range, ALP-AES67 was developed using Digigram’s sturdy hardware platform for unmatched reliability. ALP-AES67 also brings versatility to professional audio users thanks to its low-profile form factor coupled with a fanless design, accommodating most PCs and servers, especially when space is scarce.

The ALP-AES67 PCIe card supports 64 playback channels and 64 recording channels, enabling the deployment of large-scale audio structures. Its compatibility with both Windows and Linux environments provides an unparalleled asset for countless applications, giving large freedom to users who are no longer bound by OS support. Additionally, the card is equipped with two Ethernet ports, ensuring seamless network redundancy, and two Ethernet switch ports for straightforward connectivity to other Dante, AES67, and Ravenna devices.

ALP-AES67 embeds Digigram's expertise in Audio over IP
Leveraging decades of expertise in audio over IP, Digigram’s ALP-AES67 stands out as a powerful addition to the ALP-X range, offering enhanced capabilities for critical audio applications. Pristine audio quality, low latency and extreme reliability remain at the core of the whole range, benefiting the ALP-AES67 and other cards alike.

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