StudioLive AI Mixers Now Dante-Compatible

StudioLive RM-Series AI Mixers can now be Upgraded to Support Dante Audio Networking Protocol
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PreSonus® StudioLive™ AI-series consoles and StudioLive RM-series Active Integration™ mixers can now be upgraded to support Audinate’s Dante™ audio networking protocol, using the PreSonus SL-Dante-MIX option card.

Dante is the preferred audio networking solution that has been adopted by more pro-audio AV manufacturers than any other networking technology, with over 500 devices currently available that support the protocol. Dante-enabled StudioLive Active Integration mixers allow users to create a complete, networked audio system with any Dante-enabled audio device, using a standard 1 GB Ethernet switch and Audinate’s Dante digital-media networking technology, which also includes Dante Virtual Sound Card for Mac® and Windows® computers.

With the addition of Dante support to StudioLive AI mixers, customers can also now build complete, all-PreSonus, networked live-sound solutions that feature StudioLive AI-series loudspeakers or WorxAudio® TrueLine powered line arrays.

The SL-Dante-SPK option card for PreSonus StudioLive AI-series loudspeakers began shipping in October 2014, and a Dante option will be available in December 2015 for the WorxAudio TrueLine powered line arrays and WaveSeries loudspeakers with PDA1000 and PDA2000 amplifiers.

The SL-Dante-MIX option card for StudioLive AI mixers has a suggested U.S. retail price of $599.95 and is now available from select retailers or direct from PreSonus at

For more information on PreSonus’ support of the Dante protocol, including a downloadable tutorial on Dante networking and a complete list of PreSonus products that support Dante, please visit

About PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc.
Founded in 1995, PreSonus Audio Electronics, Inc., is a leading designer and manufacturer of audio-recording and live-sound software, hardware, and related accessories. PreSonus's software, microphone preamps, signal processors, digital audio interfaces, digital mixers, control surfaces, loudspeakers, and other products are used worldwide for recording, sound reinforcement, broadcast, sound design, and Internet audio.