FOH InfoComm14 review: Pivitec Network Audio Interfaces are "tiny miracle"

Avid S3L AVB Console and DigiCo SD11 connected via Pivitec's e64i/o-MADI to AVB network bridge.

Avid S3L AVB Console and DigiCo SD11 connected via Pivitec's e64i/o-MADI to AVB network bridge.

George Peterson at FOH Online has a very comprehensive review of what he felt were the standout products at InfoComm 2014. But we just had to share his quote regarding Pivitec's Network Audio Interface demos:

AND THE WINNER IS...

At every show, people often ask me what was the big hit of the event. At InfoComm 2014, there were lots of upgrades, updates and new launches but no single "OMG, you have to see this" product. But maybe this time around, the big hit wasn't so big after all, but something much smaller and less flashy. And that was found in thePivitec (pivitec.com) booth, where the staff spent the entire show demoing its network audio interfaces. And in that small 10x10-foot space was a tiny miracle, as three digital consoles — Avid S3L (AVB), Yamaha CL5 (Dante) and a DiGiCo SD11 (MADI) all seamlessly sharing audio, thanks to a few Pivitec boxes. So maybe the format protocol wars are finally over — good news for everyone, I'd say.

We really appreciate George taking the time to visit with us at the show. You can read his full article at FOH Online.