DAD Dante Kort-opsjon for AX32
128 kanaler med SRC over Dante via Ethernet på to stk. RJ45 tilkoblinger for 128 kanaler eller 64 i redundant operasjon.
Med to eller flere kort har man også mulighet for å koble seg på forskjellige Domains.
AX32 has become widely
recognized as a Swiss Army Knife for converting and routing between
audio formats. Now, we sharpen that knife once again by adding massive
Dante/AES67 IP Audio bandwidth.
already comes with support for 64 channels of Dante IP Audio right out
of the box, but in an effort to meet demand for an even higher channel
count, we now introduce an optional expansion card that adds another 128
channels to your digital audio-routing matrix.
with eight slots available for expansion cards, you could ultimately
have up to 1,088 Dante/AES67 channels, including the 64 channels that
comes as standard, at 48 kHz.
new Dante expansion card also offers sample rate conversion on all
channels as well as dual redundancy network ports in order to maximize
reliability, reducing the risk of losing valuable production time.
Independent Sample Rate Conversion
new Dante expansion card introduces per-channel sample rate conversion,
which by using more cards allows several independent audio networks
that run on individual clocks and sample rates to be connected to and
unified in a single AX32 unit.
naturally unleashes a wealth of possibilities for distributing audio
across sources and destinations on highly complex setups that e.g.
involve sending a feed to an OB truck, while recording at a different
sample rate and sending yet another feed to a FOH console or an in-ear
adding more Dante channels may sound trivial, but once you start to
think about the actual problems that this amount of channels in
combination with independent sample rate conversion is capable of
solving, it’s a quite significant improvement of the overall system.
instance, the new Dante card will immediately be able to solve
real-world challenges in regard to high channel counts when working with
Dolby Atmos Mastering Suite, as well as in recording studios where
Dante based monitoring systems are used, but there is a need to record
at a different sample rate or in Live applications where there Dante
networks have to be kept physically separated when operating on
sample rate converters on the new Dante cards have been developed
in-house and we have never compromised on the quality of our AD/DA
converters – or internal sample rate conversion within the digital
domain. ‘Digital’ is simply part of our brand name and we take that very