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Brainstorm Electronics Brings PTP v1 & Dante Sync To Its DXD Line

New version 2.14 firmware for the DXD-16 and DXD-8 universal clocks adds support for IEEE 1588-2002, a.k.a. PTP v1, which is mainly used by Dante products.
Brainstorm DXD-8 and DXD-16 universal clocks now with PTP v1 firmware for Dante sync.

Brainstorm Electronics announces the release of version 2.14 firmware for the DXD line of universal clocks, adding support for IEEE 1588-2002, a.k.a. PTP v1, which is mainly used by Dante products.

Available for models DXD-16 and DXD-8, the new firmware is designed to provide direct, precise synchronization of Dante A/V over IP products. The DXD devices can now be a PTP v1 Grandmaster or a PTP v1 Slave, leading or following Dante, making them more flexible and adaptable to most scenarios.

As a PTP v1 Grandmaster, the DXD can can also lock to a traditional sync reference such as WC, AES, Black Burst (SD video sync), HD video tri-level sync or 10 MHz, in addition to it’s internal crystal or GPS with the optional GPS receiver.

The DXD-16, with its four PTP ports, can act as a bridge between a Dante network and AES67 PTP v2 devices, while remaining totally independent and separate, by setting one port for PTP v1 and another for PTP v2.

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