354 Channels in one HU of rack space. The new Ferrofish PULSE16 DX converts and routes all important pro audio formats: 16 analog I/O, 32 ADAT I/O, 64 I/O via MADI plus 64 Dante I/O and a Headphones Output direct on the front. The high-density converter provides 16 x 16 balanced analoge TRS-I/Os and can handle pro studio levels up to +20dBu – adjustable in 1 dB steps. The DX is using the recent high-performance low-latency converter generation from Cirrus Logic. Combined with a temperature-compensated high-precision clock and an active jitter reduction hardware design, the converter delivers an exceptional detailed sound.
Ferrofish, German manufacturer of premium conversion solutions for the pro-audio, broadcast and integration markets, has announced it will showcase its Pulse16 and Pulse16 MX recording interfaces at booth 14701, during the 2018 NAMM Show. The Pulse16 boasts 16 channels each of analog input and output in a single rack space chassis. The full I/O is deliverable via ADAT at up to 96 kHz, while the Pulse16 MX adds MADI connectivity. The Pulse16 and Pulse16 MX adopt the latest features and AD/DA conversion of the company’s popular A32 Converter, resulting in a powerful, compact interface at an enticing price.
Great video tutorial from Gotham Sound TV. Peter Schneider and WIll Colding show off a small-scale demonstration rig and go over the basics and terminology. Including audio network basics, cabling, details of Dante protocol and setup tips.
Join Brad Price of Audinate and Rob Read and Brian Belcher from Roland to learn how integrating Dante audio into your video and audio workflows can streamline your live event, web stream, broadcast or recording applications.