Neutrino / Uno / Rio Series – This product has reached “end of life”
A winning combination of audio performance, ease of use and cost-efficiency is offered by Neutrino processors. Neutrino comprises a DHCP-enabled processor series available in four primary I/O model sizes – 8×8, 8×16, 16×8 and 16×16 with Mic/Line and 48V phantom power selection per input and premium grade mic pre-amps. Neutrino is founded upon the dual-notion of drag-and-drop simplicity and the ability to configure the precise DSP design required by the customer. Accordingly, Neutrino’s drag-and-drop Xilica Designer software can be used to accommodate each project need, and incorporates a GUI that is designed to reduce DSP design time. Neutrino-N model versions provide Dante-enabled network audio capability. This makes it possible to digitally transport 16×16 I/O channels of Dante network audio bi-directionally over Ethernet. Dante and analogue audio streams can be converted back to analogue or to Dante network audio using another Neutrino-N DSP, Rio Series interface, or other Dante-enabled device brands.
Dante-enabled Neutrino series models:
As the pre-configured version of Neutrino, Uno reduces the need for programming skill and DSP design time by basing itself around a portfolio of pre-configured DSP designs. This ease of implementation has made the range a popular choice for a variety of fixed audio installation environments and project budgets. The pre-configured Uno processors are DHCP-enabled network devices and are available in four primary I/O model sizes – 8×8, 8×16, 16×8 and 16×16 with Mic/Line and 48V phantom power selection per input and premium grade mic pre-amps. Uno-N model versions provide Dante-enabled network audio capability over Ethernet (Uno Dante I/O follows analog I/O). Streams can be converted to/from analogue and Dante using another Uno-N model, our Rio Series Dante-enabled interface devices, or via any Dante enabled product brand.
Dante-enabled UNO series models:
The Rio Series of Dante-enabled I/O interfaces can be used to provide additional flexibility not only for Xilica processors, but also as standalone interface devices with other Dante-enabled brands. Rio Series features six interface models which include:
All models provide bi-directional Dante network audio transport – analog audio input, conversion, and transport over network cable and Dante network audio to analog audio breakout. Taken as a whole, the Rio range makes it possible to support even the most complex Dante-based network environment with ease.