New Dante AoIP Interfaces available

Our DC line has become 3 new members: Digimedia DIO XLR DC, Digimedia DAC XLR DC and Digimedia AMP DC. All interfaces are Dante and AES67 compatible and are DDM (Dante Domain Manager) ready. They need 12V DC or external PoE splitter. The enclosure is very compact. The Digimedia DIO XLR DC has studio-grade high-end audio electronics with typical S/N 144 dB for best sound quality. Digimedia AMP DC has professional industrial Phoenix Contact connector for the loudspeakers.

VIP Mitglied – VIP Member

VIP Mitglied werden und ein erstes Audiointerface Muster für €25.– beziehen.
Apply for VIP membership and get first audiointerface sample for €25.–/$25.–.


Dante AoIP with AES67 Support

All our Dante AoIP modules and devices now support AES67 out of the box. They can receive Dante or AES67 protocol. Our DIO devices further support Dante transmit flow or AES67 transmit or dual multicast which means both protocols in parallel and synchronous.

Micromedia is now licensed Dante manufacturer

Micromedia AG is now licensed Dante manufacturer. Dante is the worlds most successful AoIP technology with over 1000 available and fully compatible products.

Es freut uns, dass wir neben Digimedia und mAirList seit 1. 1. 2017 auch die Mischpulte von vertreiben dürfen.

Neues Jahr, erweiterte Aufgaben: Integration der DHD-Mischpulte in Digimedia, testen mit mAirList, Connectivity von DHD mit Digasystem resp. Dabis vorbereiten und Dante-AoIP steuern.


Digimedia Speaker Node

Digimedia PoE Speaker Node released (Version 2 for Axia Livewire). No power cord needed. All power from switch over PoE.

Digimedia Speaker Node for Livewire and AES-67

We are pleased to announce a new exiting Livewire enabled product we will ship now.

Digimedia Speaker Node

Professional amplifier with up to 2x35w of crystal clear 24 bit audio playback.
Small size 118mm x 140mm x 41mm (mounting plate 147mm x 140mm).

– Up to 2 x 10W, 1 x 20W with POE
– Livewire, Livewire+,
– Linear 24 bit
– Axia Routing Protocol compatible to be controlled by Pathfinder Pro
– Recommended speakers JBL Control One, JBL Control X or equal
– High quality amplifier and computer electronics made in Europe
– Speaker termal, ETH with POE

Many possible applications

– Monitoring
– Public Address System
– Background Music

Our successful Livewire MADI node is currently in stock.

Object-oriented IP Based Broadcast Production

The heart of object-oriented IP based broadcast production environment. AoIP nodes (MADI, AES, Analog in front of picture), controllers to connect to classic environment and of course some Cisco switches (in the back of picture) and CAT-6 cables (orange). The clue: Each source is as an object available everywhere.


Madi Nodes


Micromedia Livewire MADI Node released

The MADI Livewire node interconnects MADI (AES-10) and Axia Livewire (AoIP). It’s a convenient solution to interconnect classic studio infrastructure like routers and consoles from Studer, Lawo, DHD, Klotz, Mandozzi and many more to the modern world of Axia Livewire Audio over IP (AoIP). It allows users to implement object-oriented broadcast production with classic studio environment.

It’s build as a professional 19″ hardware appliance with web-gui ready to go.

On one side the 64 MADI channels are presented as 32 Livewire Stereo channels in the Livewire network.

In addition to the well known Stream Modes “Live Stereo” (0.25 ms) and “Standard Stereo” (5 ms) the Livewire MADI node supports two new modes: “Medium Stereo” (2.5 ms) and “Fast Stereo” (1.25 ms).

On the other side 32 user selectable Livewire channels are multiplexed together to a standard MADI AES-10 stream.

Erste eigene Hardware

Heute bringt UPS die Vorserie der ersten eigenen Hardware. Direkt aus dem Silicon Valley. Nach 20 Jahren Software mal was zum Anfassen: Hardware.
19″, 1HE, black.
Das Konzept dahinter wird die Radioproduktion nachhaltig in Richtung objektorientierte Produktion verändern. All-IP und objektorientierte Produktion werden die Key Features für den Studiobau. Damit das 2011 mit bestehender klassischer Studiotechnik umgesetzt werden kann, braucht es noch externe Hardware. Künftig wird das jedoch Bestandteil eines jeden Studiosystemes sein.