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New Models from Studio Technologies

New Models from Studio Technologies
Model 5412

New Models from Studio Technologies

Studio Technologies has unveiled a host of new products

The Model 5412 audio interface and the Model 5418 mic/line interface from Studio Technologies are Dante-compliant for use in Audio over Ethernet (AoE) network applications. The Model 5412 supports analogue line-level inputs and outputs, and is available in two versions – one with eight input and eight output channels, the other with 16 of each. The 5418, meanwhile, allows users to connect eight analogue microphone or line-level sources and to output the signals in the Dante digital domain via an Ethernet interface.

Both models are designed to be lightweight and 1U in size with power from 100–240V, 50/60Hz or 12V DC with redundant operation. They both also include three Gigabit Ethernet network interfaces (two to support redundant Dante operation, the third for accessing the management menu system), an internal web server for monitoring and configuration, front-panel indicators, a display and push-button switches.

The Model 5412 has 25-pin D-subminiature connectors for interfacing with balanced and unbalanced sources and destinations. The manufacturer promises ‘low noise, low distortion and high headroom’ in regards to audio performance, while troubleshooting features include signal loop-back and tone generation.

As for the Model 5418, its eight mic/line audio inputs, found on the front panel, use standard three-pin female XLR connectors. Its analogue audio input signals are converted to 24-bit PCM digital and then transported via Dante. The unit includes an adjustable preamplifier gain, high pass filters and P48 phantom power. Parameters can be controlled via front-panel, push-button switches or remotely using the management web pages or ST controller software application. A monitor section delivers visual and audible tracking of input and output signals.

Also new from Studio Technologies is the Model 5330 Flex-Use Dante audio interface for interfacing analogue signals with Dante AoE media networking solutions. It allows four line-level analogue sources to be connected, outputting a digital signal by way of four transmitter channels associated with the Dante interface. Four signals that arrive by way of Dante can be converted to analogue and then output as balanced line-level signals. A dual-channel/stereo monitor section facilitates the input and output signals to be selectively observed using meters, a headphone output and line-level outputs. The Model 5330 is compatible with AES67 and Dante Domain Manager (DDM), and supports 24-bit digital audio signals with sample rates of 44.1kHz and 48kHz.

Finally, the Model 48D Dante Bridge enables the sending and receiving of audio signals between two independent local area networks.

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