• Versatile Touch-Activated Pushbutton
    Versatile Touch-Activated Pushbutton
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    The AMS-TS1 Illuminated Touch-Activated Pushbutton is a versatile interface used to initiate functions such as MUTE or OVERRIDE in automatic mixers and digital audio signal processors. It can be integrated with virtually anything that can be controlled by an Open Collector (pull to ground).  Integral red and green LED’s indicate the status of the pushbutton….

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  • Convert Dante Network Audio to AES/EBU or S/PDIF Digital Audio
    Convert Dante Network Audio to AES/EBU or S/PDIF Digital Audio
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    Use the SF-ND2 to convert 2 channels of Dante to stereo AES/EBU or S/PDIF inputs of studio monitors or audio recorders without leaving the digital domain. The SF-ND2 is powered via PoE and offers selectable Dante Sample Rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz or 96 kHz. The output is switch selectable to provide…

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  • Convert AES/EBU or S/PDIF Digital Audio to Dante Network Audio
    Convert AES/EBU or S/PDIF Digital Audio to Dante Network Audio
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    The RDL SF-DN4 is used to convert up to two stereo digital audio sources to four Dante channels without leaving the digital domain. The SF-DN4 is PoE powered and offers selectable Dante Sample Rates of 44.1, 48, 88.2 or 96 kHz. The interface automatically detects a valid input on the S/PDIF (optical or coaxial) or AES/EBU…

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  • Dante to Analog Output for Installed or Portable Sound Systems
    Dante to Analog Output for Installed or Portable Sound Systems
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    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…

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  • Troubleshoot a Dante™ Audio Network Using RDL SF-NH1 Headphone Amplifier
    Troubleshoot a Dante™ Audio Network Using RDL SF-NH1 Headphone Amplifier
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    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. Setup: Using Dante Controller, apply a static IP address to the amplifier and route an active audio signal to its Left…

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