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Merging reveals a new HAPI face

Merging reveals a new HAPI face

Merging reveals a new HAPI face

In addition to PT64 HDX and MADI cards, both current and future AD/DA interface cards slot straight into the MERGING+HAPI MKII. The mastering grade headphone amplifier now monitors full DSD256 material with volume control from the front panel and is capable of driving ultra-low to very high impedance headphones. A clear Plexiglas front panel has been created with an improved display and dimming options. Designed to complement Anubis SPS and MADI, HAPI MKII also retains the redundant power supply option and is fully compliant with ST2022-7 Seamless Protection Switching in addition to NMOS and ST2110-30 compatibility. With switch mode support, there is no longer the requirement for an external network switch when using one additional networked interface. While each channel can now be routed individually, dual Ethernet ports allow Switch Mode operation for connecting an additional Ravenna/AES67 device without the need for an external switch.

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