EtherSound ES8mic

EtherSound ES8mic is the most convenient and cost-effective way to connect microphones to an EtherSound network using its eight switchable microphone/line level inputs. It transforms up to eight analog audio signals into as many EtherSound channels and injects them into an EtherSound network.
EtherSound ES8mic is the most convenient and cost-effective way to connect microphones to an EtherSound network using its eight switchable microphone/line level inputs. It transforms up to eight analog audio signals into as many EtherSound channels and injects them into an EtherSound network.

Each ES8mic built-in preamplifier features variable gain, switchable phantom power, 80 Hz low-cut and 12 kHz high-cut filters, as well as an optional compressor/limiter. All functions are remote-controlled via EScontrol software. It also includes eight protected GPIOs: four in and four out, RS232, and local channel assignment.

EtherSound ES8mic is available with XLR or Euroblock termination.


Video: how to configure an EtherSound network
>> EtherSound overview (PDF)
>> Building ES networks (PDF)
>> How to build your application with EtherSound: PDF / PPT

 

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