The RDL SF-NL2 is a two channel Dante Network to Analog Audio interface designed for use in both installed and portable systems. Each of the two balanced XLR outputs are switch-selectable for Mic or Line level operation and are protected from phantom voltages of up to 48 Vdc. The interface is constructed in a steel…
Troubleshoot a Dante™ Audio Network Using RDL SF-NH1 Headphone Amplifier
The SF-NH1 Dante enabled Stereo Headphone Amplifier can be used as a troubleshooting tool to quickly confirm that a port on a switch is properly configured for the Dante network simply by receiving audio.
Using Dante Controller, apply a static IP address to the amplifier and route an active audio signal to its Left and Right outputs. Connecting the PoE powered SF-NH1 to a network port and receiving audio will confirm that the port is properly configured.
The SF-NH1 is constructed in a steel enclosure. It is smaller than and weighs less than many digital multimeters. Accessories are available for mounting the headphone amplifier equipment racks, under counters or on microphone stands.