Focusrite - RedNet 2

RedNet 2 adds 16 remote-controlled analogue channels in and out to your RedNet network and can be located anywhere you can run an Ethernet cable. Featuring Focusrite’s precision 24-bit A-D and D-A conversion for superb audio performance, it delivers 119dB dynamic range at sample rates up to 192kHz. The rear panel includes standard DB25 connectors for analogue patchbay or breakout cable interfacing.

Case Studies

For half a dozen years, Sound Devices's 788T was Los Angeles sound mixer Steven Morrow's go-to recorder for many productions. But bigger productions led to demands for higher track counts, and these demands hit an all-time high with his latest full-featured musical comedy, La La Land. Morrow upgraded to two Sound Devices 970 recorders and was able to achieve the track count required with Dante.

AV systems integrator Second Wind Productions installs five RedNet 1’s, one RedNet 2, seven RedNet MP8R’s and one RedNet D64R, creating a comprehensive networked ecosystem for  live and broadcast sound at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena that brings a new level of routing flexibility and sonic clarity.

Focusrite RedNet 2, RedNet 4 and RedNet 5 units offer this global Christian media ministry a digital audio ecosystem that seamlessly connects recording studios and isolation/VO booths and interfaceswith a campus-wide Dante™ network infrastructure.

WGBY continues with the installation of a complete Focusrite RedNet system, which vastly increases the capabilities and streamlines the workflow of its two production studios. The system, which consists of six RedNet 4 Mic Preamps with MIDI control, one RedNet 2 16-channel remote-controlled I/O, and one RedNet HD32R 32-Channel Bridge between Dante™ network infrastructure and Pro Tools HD.

The Theatre Des Sablons in the Paris community of Neuilly-sur-Seine brings a new performing arts venue to an area of the city already rich with culture. The multipurpose venue includes a large theater and an intimate auditorium, among other common areas. With reliability, architectural simplicity and sound quality as requirements for the theatre's audio system, Dante networking was selected, and has surpassed the needs of all three requirements.