Dante-enabled sound bar designed for conferencing and video installations with MSE Audio’s award-winning sound quality.
MSE Audio, parent company of SoundTube Entertainment, Soundsphere, dARTS, Phase Technology, Induction Dynamics, SolidDrive and Rockustics, announces the SoundTube STNet sound bar to enable IP-based PoE to a sound bar. The Dante sound bar will debut at Integrated Systems Europe 2020 at stand 3-C100.
SoundTube’s Dante sound bar is an ultra-thin 2-way Dante-enabled digital end-point solution in a sound bar configuration. Featuring a built in amplifier and DSP, the sound bar measures only one- and one-half inches thick where the bar meets the TV. It incorporates a right and left speaker with four three-inch ultra-long throw polypropylene woofers with NBR surrounds, four bass radiators and two 0.75-inch synthetic soft dome tweeters.
“The sound bar brings Dante connectivity from end to end in conferencing and video installations. Making the sound bar interoperable with other Dante products gives integrators additional flexibility when designing and installing audio systems,” said Ken Hecht, vice president of MSE Audio.
“Built with high-quality materials, the SoundTube STNet sound bar is a reliable, unrivalled solution for any conferencing system. We look forward to showcasing the Dante sound bar, along with our large collection of audio solutions at ISE 2020.”
The STNet sound bar, which measures 1.5-inches deep where is meets the TV and 6.75-inches tall, is designed to integrate seamlessly underneath 55-inch and larger monitors. With digital signals plus power sent directly to the speakers via standard category cable, SoundTube’s STNet sound bar is DSP managed with, time correction and EQ all done in the digital domain – all on an interoperable Dante platform. They may be used with SoundTube’s ST-Net Switch, offering up to 40 watts PoE to each speaker, or with standard PoE or PoE+ switches.