The TP-BN14 is a bidirectional Dante network interface for tabletop use. The unit provides a shock-mounted XLR microphone input with a mute button. A front-panel 2W amplified speaker provides monitoring of a specific audio mix.
The TP-BN14 provides a front-panel headphone Mini Jack with an associated four input source selector. LEDs associated with the input buttons indicate the selected source.
The front panel level control is a long-life potentiometer controlling a VCA. Audio does not pass through this control, assuring years of noise free level adjustment. The output amplifiers drive high or low impedance headphones delivering more than 90mW into 100Ohms. The headphone output may be used to listen to different language translations.
The TP-BN14 may be powered from a 24Vc power supply, available separately, or from PoE. It is used in meeting halls, conference rooms or courtrooms.
- Microphone to Network Section:
- Converts a standard mic source to a dante network channel
- Mute button toggles output on and off or provides momentary muting
- No user or installer gain adjustments are required
- Automatic microphone gain of 40db for condenser mics and 60db for dynamic mics
- P48 phantom is provided on the microphone input
- 40db per octave at 100hz low-cut filter set by installer
- Network to Headphone Section:
- Selection from 3 or 4 mono dante network sources to a stereo headphone
- Single-button selection for each source with led indication
- Upper button selects “off” or speaker source, set by installer
- Output on professional quality 3.5 mm stereo mini jack
- Display is bright during selection, dims after selection
- Front-panel output level control
- Network to Speaker Section:
- 2watt rms audio amplifier
- Compressor/limiter prevents clipping
- Amplifier gain adjustment is accessible through the chassis bottom - Set by the
- Adjustment and switch settings on the chassis bottom are set by the installer
- High resolution 24bit analog to digital and digital to analog conversion
- LED indicators show network sync status
- Normal or hot-standby operation from PoE