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DirectOut raves about Ravenna

DirectOut raves about Ravenna

DirectOut raves about Ravenna

The RAV2 offers integration of Ravenna, AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110-30/31

The RAV2 network audio module from DirectOut has been designed to integrate into third-party products and form the Ravenna AoIP network core of the newly released Prodigy Series of multifunction audio processors and converters. The RAV2 offers integration of Ravenna, AES67 and SMPTE ST 2110-30/31 with support for all ST 2022-7 classes. It provides 128x128 audio channels in up to 32 network streams and sample rates up to 192kHz. The module is described as equally suited to operate in synchronised WAN (wide area network) environments with greater than 500ms latency or on local networks with ultra-low latency down to one sample per packet (less than 1ms).

The RAV2 also incorporates built-in PTP Grandmaster capability (multicast and hybrid mode) and a customisable and scalable HTML-based GUI with network traffic display, selection of PTP profiles, jitter monitoring, stream monitoring and configuration, and password protection. The device offers MDNS and SAP stream announcement plus both automatic and full manual stream configuration as required.



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