Sennheiser: Wireless Products now Dante DDM Ready

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The EM 6000 DANTE microphone receiver from Sennheiser now supports Dante DDM
The EM 6000 DANTE microphone receiver from Sennheiser now supports Dante DDM

At InfoComm, Sennheiser announced that its wireless microphone systems such as the new evolution wireless G4, SpeechLine Digital Wireless, Digital 6000, and Digital 9000 are now compatible with Audinate’s Dante Domain Manager (DDM).

The upgrade is provided free of charge via firmware updates to Sennheiser’s SL DI 4 XLR Dante interface, the EM 6000 DANTE microphone receiver and EM 9046 DAN Dante card for the Digital 9000 wireless microphone system.

“Dante is the most relevant audio-over-IP technology in the AV industry today,” commented Kai Tossing, Portfolio Manager Business Communication. “Sennheiser is committed to creating solutions that offer our users superior levels of performance, flexibility, and control, and supporting Dante Domain Manager complements this ethos. With this tool, device and user management is a breeze, and security is enhanced considerably.”

Offering complete network management for systems based on the Dante multi-channel audio networking standard, Dante Domain Manager software enables user authentication, role-based security and audit capabilities for Dante networks, while allowing seamless expansion of Dante systems over any network infrastructure.

Support for DDM is provided by Sennheiser with the latest firmware updates to its SL DI 4 XLR Dante interface, EM 6000 DANTE receiver and EM 9046 DAN Dante card. Via the Dante interface, any Sennheiser wired or wireless microphone can be made Dante-ready. The firmware updates are available free of charge and can be downloaded at sennheiser.com.

Visit Sennheiser at InfoComm 2018 in Central Hall, C1660 and North Hall, N1427, and Audinate in Central Hall, C456.

Further information from Sennheiser: www.sennheiser.com