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Neutrik breaks out

Neutrik breaks out

Neutrik breaks out

Up to four NA2-IO-DPRO devices can be daisy-chained with a 30W PoE injector

Neutrik has unveiled the NA2-IO-DPRO two-in/two-out Dante interface, which possesses two switchable mic, line, AES/EBU inputs and a pair of switchable analogue line, AES/EBU outputs, with two Dante ports for redundancy or device daisy-chaining. The breakout box has a small form factor, metal construction and removable protective rubber casing for reliability in a wide range of applications.

The front panel provides two latching XLR inputs and two XLR outputs. AES/EBU operation is ‘seamlessly and independently’ auto detected for inputs and outputs. Using Neutrik’s free DPRO controller software for Mac or PC, +48V phantom power can be applied; microphone preamplifier gain, pad and high-pass filtering can be set per channel; and input channels can be linked for matched operation. Output channels can be muted or unmuted within the software.

The rear panel provides primary and secondary Dante ports on Neutrik etherCON connectors. The secondary input can be configured for redundant or switched mode (for daisy-chaining). When operating in switched mode, in conjunction with a 60W PoE injector, up to eight devices can be daisy-chained. Up to four devices can be daisy-chained with a 30W PoE injector.

The NA2-IO-DPRO is compliant with AES67. Power must be supplied externally via either a PoE switch or a PoE injector per IEEE 802.3af/at, class 2 or no classification at 6W. With optional mounting brackets or a rack panel, the NA2-IO-DPRO can be mounted below tables, in floor boxes, in racks or on the stage truss.

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