RME Speaks Dante

I/O box gets digital signals onto Dante networks
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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.

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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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