BROADCAST & INSTALLATION SOUND
Advanced 24/7 reliability, all common audio protocols for an unmatched interoperability, ease of use.
Combined together with a high I/O density and the smallest device footprint on the market.
All the pieces of the puzzle.
Full redundancy for all critical elements: dual power supplies, dual MADI and network I/Os with automatic switch-over in case of an error guarantee a high level of security for critical jobs.
Combined with a high build quality and bullet-proof german engineering, Ferrofish sound systems are perfectly suited for any critical broadcast application.
Analog. Dante. MADI. ADAT
All important audio formats are directly built into one single device, achieving the highest I/O density on the market.
Thanks to the perfect integration of Dante and AES67 Ferrofish systems fit seamlessly into scalable network infrastructures with the fast growing Broadcast Audio-over-IP standard. Just plug & play the network cable.
Ease of Use
Ferrofish high-density devices can be directly controlled from the integrated TFT displays. All features are easy to access. The integrated Smart Guide saves the study of the manual. Devices can be locked via a number code for authorized access.
All high density units provide remote control via MIDI over MADI or simply over MIDI.
Highest Density. Most affordable.
By compressing the highest usability value in the smallest space, Ferrofish multi-format converters strike the best price-performance point. The devices provide the highest number of high-quality channels for an unmatched affordable price. Thanks to the consequent use of the 1 HU size and/or half rack width, they provide a small footprint for gear transport or safe valuable space in mobile broadcast recording units.
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