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Pivitec Announces New Dedicated ADAT To Ethernet AVB Network Interface
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Pivitec has announced the release of the e16i-ADAT 16-channel AVB network interface, an input module that utilizes two ADAT optical connections for use with ADAT optical sources such as mixing consoles, microphone preamps, analog-to-digital converters, and DAW interfaces.

Multiple e16i-ADAT modules can be combined together, or used with other Pivitec network audio modules, to build larger audio networks. The e16i-ADAT can also be used as a network-recording interface for AVB enabled computers.

“While the e16i-ADAT is ideal for use as a front end for Pivitec’s Personal Monitor Mix systems, we are really excited about it’s potential as a network-recording interface for live performance and studio” says Pivitec president Tom Knesel. “Ethernet AVB provides for a more cost effective interface than Thunderbolt and is plug and play with recent Mac computers using the new OS X Mavericks.”

When combined with Pivitec’s e32 personal monitor and the visually intuitive V2Mix Pro control application for iOS, the e16i-ADAT creates a powerful and flexible networked personal monitor system, providing wireless control of 32 channels of audio at the musician’s fingertips.

The e16i-ADAT is available immediately from Pivitec’s worldwide network of authorized distributors and dealers.


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