Dante Microphone Desk Stand - Interstate Audio TDN1

Microphone Desk Stand with Dante Network Output

TDN1 desk stand allows Dante technology to be used with any phantom-powered condenser gooseneck microphone with a 3-pin XLRM-type output. The desk stand is designed for surface-mount applications such as high-quality sound reinforcement, conferencing, distance learning and other demanding sound pickup applications.

The sturdy metal base features a 3-pin XLRF-type input and Dante network output, enabling direct connection to the network via Ethernet cable. The desk stand’s touch-sensitive capacitive-type user switch with integral red/green LED status indicator permits advanced local and remote control. In Local mode, the switch mutes and unmutes the microphone: It can be set to toggle between live and muted audio (toggle on/off), to permit live audio only while the switch is pressed (press to talk), or to mute the audio while the switch is pressed (press to mute). In Remote mode, the switch can be used to trigger functions on compatible Dante-enabled devices.

An integral 80 Hz low-cut filter provides easy switching from a flat frequency response to a low-end roll-off, while a six-position input gain level selector (0dB, +3dB, +6dB, +9dB, +12dB, +15dB) permits trim adjustment to accommodate louder and softer voices. The desk stand also provides 48V DC phantom power, which can be switched off and on.

For software, can use Dante controller of Audinate company, the software is available in www.audinate.com, where also provides Dante router control and software instruction.

Optional Software: Relacart Dante conference microphone management control software RDM1.0, can set microphone input gain, low cut filter, working mode, phantom power. Make the audio gain visual.


  • Connects directly to network via Ethernet cable – no need for expensive audio cable or soldering
  • Integrated user switch controls talk/mute in Local mode and triggers Dante-enabled devices in Remote mode
  • 3-pin XLRF-type with lock in for quick mounting of gooseneck microphone
  • Red/green LED indicator
  • Local or remote control of mic gain, low-cut filter, LED indicator and 48V phantom power
  • Powered by network PoE
  • Scalable across Dante’s 512 bidirectional audio channels
  • Filter provides a steep low-frequency attenuation to improve sound pickup without affecting voice quality
  • Heavy die-cast case and non-slip silicone foam bottom pads minimize coupling of surface vibration to the microphone
  • Optional software: Relacart Dante conference microphone management control software RDM1.0.

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  • Frequency Response 20-20,000 Hz
  • Low Frequency Rolloff 150Hz, 18 dB/octave
  • Gain Adjustment six level of adjustable gain
  • Input Impedence 2.2 kΩ
  • Maximum Sound Input Level 0dBu @ +20 dB gain
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio 0dBu @ +20 dB gain
  • Power Requirements PoE IEEE802.3af standard (Power consumption 1.5W)
  • Power Consumption 2.3W
  • Phantom Power 48V DC
  • Weight 720 g
  • Dimensions(mm) 170(L)x120.3(W)x48.5(H)
  • Physical level standard Ethernet
  • Input Connector 3-pin XLRF-type
  • Output Connector RJ45
  • Cable quality Shielded CAT5 or CAT6 recommended
  • Transmission speed 100 Mbps

Q: I have connection problems with the software, what should I check?
A: First, check whether UDP Port 39060 is available for the software.
If you don't have a port scanner we recommend you to download TCPView from the Microsoft website.
If another process uses the port, end that process and try again.

Q: UDP Port 39060 is free and I still have connection problems, what should I check now?
A: The software does a scan on the IP range used by your computer based on the computer’s IP. There is no option in the software to tell what network adapter should be used, so if you have multiple network adapters in use please make sure only the adapter you want to use is enabled. If not the software is probably scanning the wrong IP range.