I/O Interfaces

I/O Interfaces are also known as break out boxes, break-in boxes, and other names.

WorkPro - DD4

DD4 devices are gateways used to convert DANTETM (Digital Audio Network Through Ethernet - developed by AUDINATE) protocol. These devices allow the extraction of analog audio signals from the DANTETM network as well as the introduction of analog channels within the same network.

Muxlab - HDMI/Dante over IP PoE Transmitter

The HDMI/Dante over IP PoE Transmitter, UHD-4K allows HDMI video equipment supporting up to 4K @ 30Hz (4:4:4) and 4K @ 60Hz (4:2:0), plus Dante audio equipment to be connected and extended to create an independently distributed audio and video network. 

Calrec - RP1

Calrec's RP1 is a remote production console that gives broadcasters the ability to capture a wide range of live events, such as regional sports, news or music festivals, and mix them in a remote fa

Micromedia - Digimedia DIO XLR RCA TOS

Digimedia DIO XLR RCA TOS is our premium professional high-end studio-grade 2 channel Dante™ interface with digital AES3, SPDIF RCA and SPDIF TOS input and output. Input has high quality SRC with typical S/N 144dB for best quality sound.

Micromedia - Digimedia DAC

Digimedia HPA DAC is a professional studio-grade 2 channel Dante™ interface for Dante™ Audio Monitoring with analog headphone and XLR line output. On board is a high quality DAC from TI/Burr Brown with typical S/N 114dB and a high class amplifier with up to S/N 120dB.

Micromedia - Digimedia HPA UT

Digimedia HPA UT is a professional studio-grade 2 channel Dante™ interface with analog headphone output. On board is a high quality DAC from TI/Burr Brown with typical S/N 114dB and a high class amplifier with up to S/N 120dB. Enclosure specially designed for under table mount.

Glensound - DARK16I

The DARK16I is a versatile box for converting analogue audio inputs to an AoIP system utilising the Dante® and AES67 audio over IP (AoIP) protocols.
In total there are 16 audio input channels, all being simultaneously converted to the AoIP network via high quality low noise analogue to digital converters.
For ease of cabling audio inputs are balanced circuits on Neutrik XLRs.