- Power Over Ethernet (POE)—connects with a single Ethernet cable
- Backlit multi-color display
- Anodized aluminum faceplate and Volume knob
- Intuitive layout
- Single-purpose buttons
- Easy integration and connection to Intonato 24 and the Intonato 24 software
- Provides "monitor section" functions of a studio mixing console
- Easy to update firmware through network connection
- SPL indicator provides visual loudness reference
Easy Control of Key Features
The knob and switches are laid out to make the workflow as intuitive as possible. Each control has a single purpose and an easy-to-read label. There's no need to scroll through menus to find key functions—they're all literally at your fingertips. Easily adjust volume, Speaker Mute, Speaker Solo, Talkback, Bass Management On/Off, Scene recall and more.
Visual Feedback via Multi-Color Display
An accurate loudness display is essential when working with complex monitor systems, especially in audio post-production situations for film and TV. The Intonato Desktop Controller's twin multicolored LCD displays not only provide vital loudness information, they also show the status of other key system functions. If clipping occurs, a bright-red warning indicator lights.
Easy System Integration
Integrating the Intonato Desktop Controller into your Intonato 24 system couldn't be easier. Just connect a single Ethernet cable between the controller and the main unit, and you're ready to go. The network connection also makes it easy to download future firmware updates.
Console Monitor Section Controls
Beyond controlling the powerful monitor-management and room-tuning features of Intonato 24, the desktop remote unit provides workstation users with the "monitor section" functions of a studio mixing console. These include features like monitor switching, Master Volume, Master Dim, Master Mute, Speaker Mute and Talkback.
Wide Range of Usage Scenarios
The Intonato Desktop Controller offers convenience, power, and flexibility to Intonato 24 system users of all types—including commercial multi-room audio-for-picture facilities, broadcast control rooms and mobile trucks, digital audio workstation users, film/TV composers working from project studios, and film and educational facilities with post-production studios and classrooms.