I/O Interfaces

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

Neutrik - NA2-IO-DPRO

The NA2-IO-DPRO allows microphone-level signals and AES/EBU signals to be injected into or taken out of the Dante network. Besides acting as a Dante converter, NA2-IO-DPRO can also operate as an AES/EBU converter: microphone inputs can simultaneously be injected into the Dante network and sent to an OB van (for example) via an AES/EBU signal fed from the device’s XLR output.

MultiDyne - 12G BULLET

MultiDyne’s 12G BULLET solves the problem of high-bandwidth, single-link transport to and from any video source. At only three inches in length, the 12G BULLET connects to the back of any camera, monitor or other video source, with the ability to add more units without additional power cabling.

CTP Systems - DIO816AES

The DIO816AES is an inexpensive way to get your AES audio into and out of the Dante or AES67 network. The unit has eight stereo AES inputs and eight stereo AES outputs with remote network level control. It can handle multiple sample rates and includes a secondary port for Dante Redundancy or a switch output.

Apogee - Symphony I/O MK II

Symphony I/O Mk II is a multi-channel audio interface featuring Apogee’s newest flagship AD/DA conversion, modular I/O (up to 32 inputs and outputs), intuitive touchscreen display and optional world-class microphone preamps. 

Unika - NBB-0202

The NBB-0202 bi-directionally transmits 2x2 audio to and from Dante audio network. It accepts wide range of signal from MIC to LINE level while its output capability meets the industrial standard up to 24dBu.