Neutrik Debuts New Analog/Dante I/O Interface - ProSoundNetwork.com
Interface includes multiple analog inputs and outputs, allowing varied uses.

New York, NY (April 30, 2018)—Neutrik has unveiled its new NA2-IO-DLINE Interface, designed to integrate analog devices into a Dante AoIP network.

The interface offers two analog inputs and two outputs, allowing it to integrate two analog audio channels into a Dante network at the same time, or conversely, output a Dante stream as two analog channels, allowing non Dante-ready amplifiers, speaker systems and so forth to emit networked audio. These tasks can also be handled by the unit simultaneously.

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The interface is Power over Ethernet enabled and is AES67 compliant.

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The NA2-IO-DLINE Interface is housed in a protective rubber casing that can be removed as needed, allowing it to be used with optional mounting brackets or a rack panel, or mounted in locations. In addition, the unit is equipped with lockable etherCON connections for audio and network I/O.

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