At the 2017 NAB Show in Las Vegas, Focusrite will be displaying its full range of RedNet and Red audio network interfaces, ideal for broadcast, post-production and house-of-worship applications, at its exhibition booth, #C1831.
Focusrite will also be demonstrating its RedNet range. RedNet’s interoperability with Pro Tools|HDX, MADI, and other Dante-enabled products will be on show for visitors to check out, and Focusrite product specialists will be on hand, demonstrating RedNet’s quality and flexibility using simple, cost effective Ethernet audio-over-IP technology.
The following RedNet interfaces, all featuring network and power redundancy, and for use in Dante audio-over-IP networks, are being exhibited:
— RedNet A16R: 16 channels of Dante-networked A-D and D-A conversion
— RedNet A8R: Eight channels of Dante-networked A-D and D-A conversion
— RedNet MP8R: 8-channel remote-controlled mic pre and A/D
— RedNet D16R: 16-channel AES3 I/O
— RedNet D64R: 64-channel bridge between MADI and Dante networks
— RedNet HD32R: 32-Channel Bridge between Dante networks and Pro Tools|HD
— RedNet PCIeR Card: RedNet PCI Express card with network redundancy, enabling low-latency audio and full track count.
The newest addition to the range is the RedNet AM2 Stereo Dante headphone amplifier and line output interface solution with PoE.
RedNet audio-over-IP solution are based around Audinate’s Dante protocol. It is composed of a suite of modular Ethernet audio interfaces, combining Focusrite audio quality with the internet-age flexibility of Ethernet.
Focusrite will also be exhibiting its flagship Red interfaces for Pro Tools HD:
— Red 4Pre (58 in/64 out Dante-enabled Thunderbolt interface)
— Red 8Pre (64 in/64 out Dante-enabled Thunderbolt interface)