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Dangerous Music Debuts New Modules

Anaheim, CA (January 22, 2009)--At the 2009 NAMM Show, Dangerous Music, Inc. showed off the DAC-SR module for its Monitor ST/SR 5.1 controller.
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Anaheim, CA (January 22, 2009)--At the 2009 NAMM Show, Dangerous Music, Inc. showed off the DAC-SR module for its Monitor ST/SR 5.1 controller.

The Dangerous DAC-SR is the first surround sound option for the Additional Switching System (ASS), a 1 RU expansion rack which can house up to two modules with the ability to stack two racks, adding four additional functions, all switchable directly from the ST remote. Providing mastering-quality, 6-channel D-to-A conversion and digital source switching for a surround Monitor ST-SR setup, the Dangerous DAC-SR option delivers multi-channel D-to-A conversion instantly accessed from the Monitor ST/SR remote control.

Integrated digital source switching allows the user to monitor all digital sources through the same converters for true A/B listening comparisons, confidence monitoring and level matching. Two rear panel DB-25 digital inputs on the DAC-SR accept AES or SPDIF formats, and two TOSLINK inputs accept optical multi-channel feeds. Input 4 is switchable to accept stereo optical as well. The DAC-SR can be calibrated to match any chosen studio reference level.

Dangerous Music also announced that the Uniswitch ASS module will be shipping to customers March 15, 2009. The Dangerous Uniswitch is a universal RS232 switcher that has customizable options. The stock version is engineered to control Gefen, Inc. video and Keyboard-Video-Mouse switchers directly from the Monitor ST remote. Paired with the appropriate Gefen component, the new Dangerous Uniswitch option can control and switch between a single display, mouse and keyboard for up to four Mac and/or Windows computers. Or, for video post studios, Uniswitch can route four HDMI sources to one display, or four DVI sources to one display.

Dangerous Music, Inc.
www.dangerousmusic.com