Devices on a Dante network synchronize to the master device with nanosecond precision.
The entire Dante network behaves as a clock master, so there’s no need to think about master/slave relations within the network.
If the master device is disconnected from a Dante network, another device will automatically assume master operation without audio interruptions or loss of synchronization.
In situations where signal interruptions due to cable faults or equipment malfunction must be avoided, Dante makes it easy to install redundant signal lines for backup.
Settings stored for each device
Once a device has been patched, Dante remembers the device name and its patch settings.
Audio transmission and reception follows the routing set up by the user regardless of where devices are connected within the network.