NTP Technology has added the DX32, a digital audio bridge and router interface, to its Digital Audio Denmark range of products.
The DAD DX32 is designed for audio applications such as multiroom recording studios, post-production facilities and audio distribution installations. It allows digital input and output routing to be managed within a unit or a combination of units.
According to the company, with near zero latency the DX32 can be used to expand I/O channel count and interface digital components, providing a bridge between AES/EBU, MADI, Pro Tools HDX and the Dante IP audio network.
The DX32 is a 384 x 384 router, which can patch any input to any one or more outputs on a mono channel basis. It supports sample rates of up to 384 kHz and Super Audio CD formats.
The DX32 provides up to 192 channels on one electrical MADI I/O port and two optical ports, 64 channels on Pro Tools HDX, 16 AES/EBU channels and 64 channels on Ethernet Layer 3 using Dante IP audio technology.
Integrating the DAD DX32 digital audio bridge with a DAD AX32 AD/DA converter system provides an efficient way to add analog and digital interfaces into a recording studio, audio mastering or post-production system, says NTP. Control is via Ethernet using DADman software, which incorporates a router matrix view.