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DiGiCo Introduces New D2-Rack At Prolight+Sound

More efficient and affordable rack solution for connection at either 48 kHz or 96 kHz with no I/O reduction

By PSW Staff March 12, 2014

The new DiGiCo D2-Rack

At Prolight+Sound/Messe in Frankfurt this week, DiGiCo has announced the launch of the D2-Rack, currently available for use with SD8 and SD9 systems.

DiGiCo, exhibiting with new German distributor united-b at hall 8.0, stand F60) at the show, is also announcing a number of new software features and an expansion of a third-party development project.

Designed to support and expand the DiGiCo SD Range’s higher sample rate I/O solutions, the D2-Rack comes with either BNC or Cat-5 MADI connections, allowing it to be used with a number of DiGiCo consoles.

By using the latest converters found in DiGiCo’s SD Racks, the D2-Rack offers a more compact, more efficient, more affordable rack solution for connection at either 48 kHz or 96 kHz with no I/O reduction.

“The D2-Rack means we are able to open up the full 96 kHz potential of the SD8, SD9 and SD11 with this next generation of I/O conversion is an impressive upgrade,” says DiGiCo managing director James Gordon. “The D2-Rack allows users to get unrivaled audio quality at a total system latency of just over 1 ms. It was very well received at ISE and we’re anticipating even higher level of interest at Prolight+Sound.”

The D2-Rack offers two I/O versions:

• 48 x mic inputs
• 16 x line outputs
• 2 x blank output slots allowing an additional 16 outputs in the owners desired format – analog, AES and Aviom

or

• 24 x mic inputs
• 24 x AES inputs
• 16 x line outputs
• 2 x blank output slots allowing an additional 16 outputs in the owners desired format – analog, AES and Aviom

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