How much do you know about AES67? Our friends at Wheatstone breakdown what you need to know.
AES67-2013 may be the new IP audio standard that everyone’s talking about, but it didn’t take long for the various brand permutations to suck up all the oxygen in the room. These aren’t standards per se. They are IP audio network systems, WheatNet-IP included, that incorporate AES67 as a subset among other functions and connectivity options. So while you will have to forgive us for proselytizing our respective brands, it’s important to understand the significance of so many audio networks adopting and sharing this interoperability standard.
AES67 is everywhere. It’s in every major audio network, including our WheatNet-IP, which means that you’ll be able to transport audio between all these systems and other devices and peripheral gear that are connected to them. This IP audio transport standard was ratified in 2013 by the AES X-192 task force, of which Wheatstone was a member.