Prescott, AZ (September 14, 2017)—Radio Design Labs, or RDL, is now shipping its new SF-NL2 Dante Two-Channel Network to Audio Interface, an SysFlex Series component that converts two Dante network audio channels to two balanced analog audio outputs via XLR connectors. Each output may be set to either microphone or line level via a front-panel selector.

Other features of the SF-NL2 include an all-metal enclosure suitable and SysFlex Series interoperability, though it can be used as a freestanding component, too.

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SysFlex modules provide “connectorized” interface between data networks and analog and digital audio devices, networked and conventional amplifiers and other application-specific solutions. As such, modules quickly snap into the SysFlex rack mount and each is firmly secured with a single screw. The SysFlex racking system separates network and power wiring from the audio and digital audio connectors.

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