Focusrite RedNet D64R 64-channel bridge between MADI and Dante Networks

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Focusrite RedNet D64R 64-channel bridge between MADI and Dante Networks
Focusrite RedNet D64R 64-channel bridge between MADI and Dante Networks
RedNet D64R provides the link between a Dante Ethernet-based audio system and any MADI / AES10 setup. D64R supports up to 64 channels of both coaxial and optical MADI interfaces and is completely bi-directional, allowing the use of any Dante components including RedNet’s high quality interface products with a MADI system – or MADI components with a Dante system. D64R features a sample rate converter (SRC) on each input and output allowing interfacing between MADI and Dante irrespective of the sample rate at which either system is operating. Connect a Dante network to MADI-based digital consoles, computer cards, converters and much more. In addition to both coax and optical MADI interfaces, RedNet D64R provides Word Clock in and out.

Features:
  • Connects a MADI system and a Dante network seamlessly together. Connect Dante to digital mixing consoles, interfaces and cards that use MADI; or extend a
  • MADI system with RedNet’s versatile, superb-quality audio interfaces and connectivity – or any other Dante compatible devices.
  • Built-in redundancy with dual locking power and etherCON network connectors.
  • Supports both coax and optical interfaces – connect simply to any MADI equipment.
  • Slave either the Dante system or MADI streams to an external clock
  • Supports up to 64 channels of digital audio I/O at standard sample rates (44.1/48kHz) from a MADI system, 32 channels at 96kHz and 16 at 192kHz.
  • Sample rate conversion (SRC) on each input and output, allowing MADI and Dante systems to operate simultaneously at different sample rates.
  • Simple 1U rack-mount module with the classic red aluminium faceplate.
  • RedNet Control and Dante software allow remote routing and control from the audio computer system via a software control panel – no hardware patching required.