Middleton, WI (October 3, 2007)–FDW-Worldwide will debut the Black Mamba Line of Digital Snakes at the FDW-Worldwide booth (#964) during the AES show in New York City October 5th to October 8th, 2007. Attendees are invited to stop by and see a demonstration.
The Black Mamba is designed for digital distribution beyond audio into: video, HDTV, control data, intercom, surround sound distribution and more. The heart of Black Mamba is MediaNet. This next generation audio/video transport solution is claimed to be the first technology capable of supporting multiple unique clocks over a standard CAT-5/6 network. The MediaNet advanced protocol gives all the Black Mamba Digital Snakes the capability of synchronizing the unique clock source of each stream of compressed and uncompressed audio, high definition video, and other compressed media applications.
Black Mamba Digital Audio Distribution System Specifications
− Available in 16 x 16, 32 x 32, 48 x 48 and 64 x 64 configurations over a single 100 Mbps CAT-5/6.
− Balanced Line Level input and output via DB25 connectors.
− In-Band control support via RS232 (up to 10 Mbps).
− Low latency (630 microsecond E2E analog delay).
− Supports 48K, 96K and 192K audio sample frequency.
− Media Net protocol gives the Black Mamba the capability of asynchronous multiple clock support.
− Built-in cable redundancy in case of cable failure. In the event of a cable failure, Black Mamba will detect the event and auto-switch over to the redundant line in 60 microseconds.
− Two Additional RJ45 Aux Connections provide a hardwire direct connection between units suitable for 2 additional Ethernet circuits or the user’s choice of analog audio, intercom video or control circuits, all over the same CAT-5e connections utilized for audio distribution.
− Easy Connection to an existing mic pre; just Plug and Play.