Series 8000 user intercom panels have been designed to provide broadcast quality audio and to be used with the digital technology of Conexia and CrossNET matrixes. Audio is captured and processed at 48kHz, with 24 bits/sample, providing full audio bandwidth with negligible noise and distortion levels.
NETBOX 32 AD interface features 32 input and 32 output channels organized in 16 mono analog + 8 stereo digital channels. The stereo digital audio channels can be configured as AES/EBU or SPDIF standard. It also incorporates 16 GPI and 16 GPO (each GPO connector includes a power supply pin to feed the output circuitry).
The NETBOX 4MH interface has been designed to cover the need for high quality microphone inputs and headphone outputs availability outputs, for example in radio and TV studios, stage or multimedia installations. The multichannel IP connectivity (Audinate DANTE™ protocol) makes the Inputs of the unit available at any point of the network.
NETBOX 8 AD inferface features 8 inputs and 8 outputs, organized in 4 mono analog and 2 digital stereo channels. Stereo digital ones can be configured as AES/EBU or SPDIF standards. The second digital stereo channel can also be switched to a USB connector to ease the connection to an audio workstation. It also provides […]
The NETBOX DSP is able to receive audio from the Dante network and then return it, mixed and processed, to be used in another device or subsystem. It can also generate test signals and vumeters. Effectively, it is an audio matrix for AoIP networks.
The Olympia commentary system uses the audio platform TITAN – BC 2000D router. This system platform has an overall capacity of over 5000 x 5000 audio channels and complies with the requisites demanded at the largest broadcasting events in the World. Nonetheless, Olympia can be configured to service very small events as well as on-board […]
Standalone commentary unit (CU), or AoIP connected with 8 channels via Dante protocol. Scalable architecture: simple routing to DanteTM IP devices; integrated in IP intercom system, or connected to IP commentary system matrix.
H1 is a 19’’ 1U half-rack hybrid platform designed for multiplexing,
transport and delivery of the most common AoIP protocols
and audio signals. H1 can be simultanously a standalone audio
bridge and an AoIP LAN switch which makes possible the most
sophisticated audio network topologies.