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Divine is a new concept in powered network audio monitors. It is housed in a hardwearing fully sealed diecast enclosure, is powered by Power over Ethernet (PoE) and boasts the very latest low noise high output class D power
Internally a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) takes careful care of the audio signals, including state of the art compression and limiting circuits, while a microprocessor provides full setup and control via a small rear panel LCD. Control of setup and day to day operation of the Divine will also be available on our Windows 10 application GlenController including the ability to group multiple Divines together and control their level simultaneously.
Divine can receive up to four* Dante (AES67 compliant) audio over IP (AoIP) inputs. These inputs can be selected by the user on a large clear front panel select switch. The four audio inputs can also be easily mixed together and their individual levels adjusted.
A priority system is provided to allow one (or more) of the inputs to automatically duck another. This can be very useful if you want to monitor one source but also listen to another when audio is present, such as sending show relay to dressing rooms in a theatre but having the stage manager's call and building fire alarm take precedence when they’re active.
The diecast enclosure has been carefully designed to provide full protection of all control knobs, switches and ports to prevent damage. Uniquely, the housing also features a standard PC screen Vesa mount, meaning that you can purchase any standard Vesa mounting solution to hang/ mount your Divine on, saving you lots of money. Standard microphone stand threads are also provided in the base for an alternative support solution.
Different preset EQs and an LF cut can all be set in the user menu to allow the Divine to be used for a variety of applications.
Divine is so much more than just another powered loudspeaker.
* From a maximum of 2 network locations.
*from a maximum of 2 network locations
Amplifier Type Low Noise Class D
Amplifier Power 10 Watts
Amplifier THD + Noise 0.02% @ 1 Watt @ 1kHz
Digital Line Up User selectable -24, -20 -18 dBFs
Input Gain Boost 0, +6, +12 +18dB
Input Channel Gain Trim +/-16 dB
Loudspeaker Impedance 8 Ohms
Loudspeaker Cone Type Poly damped woven glass fibre with copper cap and rubber surround
Loudspeaker Magnet High energy ferrite
LF Cut User selectable (on/off ) Knee X Hz 12dB/Octave
Voice EQ Frequency Settings 300Hz to 3kHz 12dB/ Octave
Frequency Response 93Hz-20kHz
Connector Neutrik EtherCON (mates with standard RJ45)
Type 100 Mbit/s
AoIP Audio Dante® Audinate Ultimo chipset (AES67 Compliant)
AoIP Audio Sample Frequency 4 channels @ 48k or 2 channels @ 96k (Dante® only)
AoIP Resolution Up to 24 Bit
PoE Powered by PoE, Complies to: IEEE 802.3af-2003, Classification Class 0
Consumption 12.8 Watts
PoE Source Can be powered by PoE enabled network switches or Mid-Span PoE injectors
Energy Saving Mode Automatic energy saving mode (shuts down power amplifier when no audio present)
User settable delay 15, 30 & 60 mins.
Size 190 x 128 x 100mm (HxWxD) 7.5 x 5 x 3.9"
Weight 1.725Kg 3lb12oz
Mechanics Bespoke diecast aluminium chassis. Powder coated and printed with UV stable ink.
Mounting Points 75 x 75mm (2.95 x 2.95") VESA mount 2 of mic stand thread socket 5/8" 27tpi
Packaging Printed Retail cardboard box, packed inside plain rugged cardboard box
175 x 145 x 225mm (WxDxH)
Individual Shipping Weight 1.975Kg
Operating Temperature: 0 to +50°C (32 to 122°F)
Storage Temperature: -20 to +70°C (-4 to 158°F)
Relative Humidity: 0 to 95% non-condensing
Quick Start Guide Printed folded A4 (Full handbook by download)
RJ45 Network Cable 2 metre Cat5 RJ45plug /RJ45plug cable
The Divine can be remote controlled by GlenController, or via third party apps.
A third-part app can fully control and monitor the device by sending it UDP packets and, optionally, receiving status data. This can be done using systems like the QSC Q-SYS. For example, QSC Q-SYS Command Buttons can be configured with the following control strings to choose the input selection modes:
Channel 1: \x47\x53\x20\x43\x74\x72\x6c\x00\x14\x00\x03\x03\x12\x34\x56\x78\x05\x01\x00\x00
Channel 2: \x47\x53\x20\x43\x74\x72\x6c\x00\x14\x00\x03\x03\x12\x34\x56\x78\x05\x02\x00\x00
Channel 3: \x47\x53\x20\x43\x74\x72\x6c\x00\x14\x00\x03\x03\x12\x34\x56\x78\x05\x03\x00\x00
Channel 4: \x47\x53\x20\x43\x74\x72\x6c\x00\x14\x00\x03\x03\x12\x34\x56\x78\x05\x04\x00\x00
Full documentation of the control protocol for Divine, in C++ language and in binary (HEX), is available here: GsProtocol.zip. Included is a Divine network protocol dissector for WireShark, to help troubleshooting the data packet contents.
In the remote you can set up to eight groups of Divine's which allows 1 user on their remote or at one speaker to control all speakers in the group
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