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RME Speaks Dante

I/O box gets digital signals onto Dante networks

Audio interface manufacturer RME is bringing its attention to Dante networks.

The latest in its Digiface series of digital audio interfaces is the Digiface Dante. Not surprisingly, this box is a Dante interface bringing in and converting a wide variety of digital flavors for use on Dante digital networks.

[Read: RME Releases Optical I/O Box]

Capable of handling up to 128 bidirectional channels at 192 kHz, 64 channels of MADI Digiface Dante interfaces with USB 3 and MADI on the high end for Dante networks. There are multiple/redundant Dante ports for bidirectional signal routing.

There is also word clock I/O. The Digiface Dante can operate via a power supply or USB.

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