Batavia, IL – July 13, 2022 Vanco International LLC, an industry leader in AV distribution and electronic accessory products, today announces additions to the PulseAudio line that will allow audio technicians to extend multiple audio sources up to 984 feet (300 m) over a single Cat 5e/6 cable. Perfect for either installed or live applications, these two new products enable simple and affordable analog audio capture and transmission.

PA-EXMIX Mixing Microphone and Analog Audio Extender

The PA-EXMIX extends analog audio signals up to 984 feet (300m). It is comprised of two units: a transmitter and receiver. The transmitter captures up to two audio inputs (XLR and AUX) and carries them over a single Cat5e/6 cable. The receiver converts the signal to balanced XLR and 3.5 mm stereo audio outputs. Both units are powered by a single power supply on the receiver end using Power over Cable (PoC).

The PA-EXMIX supports both dynamic and condenser mics. Users can easily mix between the XLR and stereo audio inputs using a built-in dial on the transmitter unit.

PA-TXMIX Digital/Analog Audio Transmitter

The PA-TXMIX is a digital/analog audio transmitter that can be used to expand a PA-EXMIX system. Integrators can create PA-EXMIX solutions with more than two audio sources by adding PA-TXMIX transmitters and cascading them over a single Cat5e/6 cable. Each transmitter unit features both XLR and AUX inputs, a built-in dial for mixing sources, and PoC drawn from the receiver.

“Our new PulseAudio Extender and Transmitter can dramatically simplify the cable infrastructure for live events requiring a combination of voice reinforcement and program audio – no more giant cable snake tripping hazards.” say Randy Blanchard, Director of Audio Products for Vanco. “These boxes are a skeleton key for faster, easier, safer setup.”

For product specifications and to learn more, visit the Vanco website: www.vanco1.com.

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