Focusrite is bringing to the NAB Show a couple of interfaces that might find a home in broadcaster production studios.
The RedNet X2P (shown) is a two-channel networkable preamp with analog inputs. The desktop-style unit outputs line level or Dante AoIP digital signals. The preamps are from Focusrite’s Evolution series. Features include phantom power, a high-pass filter, phase reverse and an “Air” processing preset. It also includes headphone and local mixer controls.
The Red 16Line is a 64-in/64-out rackmount unit with Pro Tools HD or other multichannel DAWs in mind. It offers dual Thunderbolt 3 ports, Dante AoIP, S/PDIF (RCA), optical, D-sub analog line connectivity and more. In addition there’s a pair of Focusrite Evolution mic preamps, Word Clock and a loop sync. Headphone outputs are on the front-panel.
Both units are controllable via network remote control.
NAB Show Booth: C1147