Studio & Recording
All common audio protocols, advanced reliability, sound quality and ease of use: Ferrofish products provide all key elements for the successful live application.
All together in high density dev ices with the smallest footprint on the market.
To the last detail.
Up to 96 kHz or even 192 kHz with all analog and digital I/Os. Analog conversion with highly professional specifications. Advanced jitter reduction and made-in-germany engineering, which brings everything together:
Ferrofish audio systems provide the most convincing sound quality for sensitive studio and recording applications.
Analog. Dante. MADI. ADAT
All important formats are directly built into the devices, combined with the highest I/O density.
Thanks to Dante and AES67 Ferrofish devices fit directly into scalable studio network infrastructures. Just plug a system into the studio network and start to work. Immediately detected with all I/Os and configured, seems like it was already there.
Ease of Use
Most Ferrofish 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.
Ferrofish multi-format converters provide the highest number of I/Os for the most affordable price on the market. Thanks to the consequent use of the 1 HU size and/or half rack width, they provide a small footprint in your control or gear rooms. The multi-format I/O configuration saves time and money: one single converter with hundreds of channels upgrades every studio for even bigger projects in the years to come.
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