RedNet D16R AES is a 1U, 19in rack-mount Dante interface featuring 16 channels of AES/EBU connectivity to and from the Dante audio network. Perfect for bridging between digital consoles, power amplifi... Click To Read More About This Product
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RedNet D16R AES is a 1U, 19in rack-mount Dante interface featuring 16 channels of AES/EBU connectivity to and from the Dante audio network. Perfect for bridging between digital consoles, power amplifi ers or any other AES3 equipped audio equipment and any Dante network, RedNet D16R has SRC (Sample Rate Conversion) on each input pair allowing plug-and-play operation with any AES3 source. Word Clock I/O and DARS (Digital Audio Reference Signal) connections allow synchronisation with a wide range of external sources and hardware, while S/PDIF I/O allows the integration of equipment such as CD or solid state recorders/players.
PSU and Ethernet redundancy Dual locking etherCON Ethernet ports are provided, with several operating modes including daisy-chaining and redundancy confi rmed by front-panel indicators. The D16R is fitted with two separate power supplies with fault detection capability, with separate power input sockets (with retaining clips) on the rear of the unit. Power supply status is indicated both remotely and on the front panel. The unit features a rugged, roadworthy exterior and high internal build quality. In addition, it offers a compact 1U rack-mount form factor for a full 16 channels of I/O.
AES59 Standard Interface Connections Two DB25 connectors each provide eight channels of combined I/O to the AES59 standard, allowing speedy interconnection with other DB25-connected or XLR-based equipment by use of standard DB25 to XLR cables. The rear-panel XLR female input can be used either as a DARS sync source for the Dante system, or as an AES3 audio source replacing input channels 1-2 on the DB25 connectors.
Compact 1U form factor
Redundant Ethernet networking and power supply redundancy
Sample Rate Conversion on all channels
Input and Output on XLR as well as DB25
XLR Input for DARS or Digital Audio
S/PDIF 2-channel I/O
Word Clock I/O
Remote routing and control
Connectors (Rear panel) 2x etherCON locking Ethernet connectors - also compatible with standard RJ45 connectors 2x BNC Word Clock In and Out 2x RCA Phono S/PDIF In and Out; input replaces DB25 channels 3 & 4; output assignable to any adjacent odd/even pair of channels. 1x XLR male AES3 output duplicates DB25 outputs 1 & 2 1x XLR female AES3 input for DARS or inputs 1 & 2 2x DB25 8x channels of AES59 standard digital I/O per connector, providing a total of 16 channels 2x IEC power connectors: 100-240Vac, 50/60 Hz, Cord retaining clips provided. Indicators (front panel) Green LED power indicator Network Status: Primary/Secondary/Locked PSU: A/B Sample rate: 44.1/48kHz, x2, x4, Pull Signal presence: in and out, one LED per two channels) Clock Source: Word Clock, DARS, Input 1-2, Input 9-10, Internal) Input Sample Rate Converters Input sample rate range: 32 to 216 kHz Gain error: -0.3 dB Dynamic Range: > 138 dB (-60 dBFS method) THD+N: < -130 dB (0.00003%); 0 dBFS input Digital Performance Supported sample rates: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz Clock sources: Local or from network master device Local clock sources: Internal, DARS, Word Clock, Input 1-2, Input 9-10 External word clock range: Nominal sample rate ±7.5%
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