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Default Re: Successor to HDX hardware?

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''Has anyone found a suitable AVB switch that could be incorporated with the Avid S3 also AES67 Genelec 8340AIP monitors over Bonjour. I am currently looking at Cisco SG 300 series ethernet switches but they don't support AVB bridging as standard to connect these monitors into my system.
The MOTU switch is probably your cheapest option. Note though that the Genelecs appear to support AES67/Ravenna, not AVB, so the two things ain't going to talk. Unfortunately, AVB to Dante gateways are non-existent (with perhaps some very expensive exceptions), so you'd need to do a round-trip via another protocol such as AES, MADI or BLU Link.
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