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At NAMM: MOTU Unveils Three I/Os

MOTU is introducing three new audio interfaces at the NAMM Show—the M64, 8D and LP32, intended for use routing digital audio streams in live performance systems, AVB/TSN network installations or recording studios.

Anaheim, CA (January 19, 2017)—MOTU is introducing three new audio interfaces at the NAMM Show—the M64, 8D and LP32—ntended for use routing digital audio streams in live performance systems, AVB/TSN network installations or recording studios.

Shipping this quarter, the interfaces ($595 each) offer complementary digital audio I/O configurations and share the same features as MOTU’s other latest-generation interfaces, including low-latency USB drivers, flexible internal routing, 48-channel mixing, DSP effects and Wi-Fi control. The units include a front panel headphone jack with volume control for monitoring and word clock I/O for resolving to other digital audio gear or house sync.

Housed in aluminum alloy half-rack enclosures, the M64, 8D and LP32 have an included mounting bracket kit that allows two units to be joined side-by-side with each other, or mixed and matched with other MOTU half-rack units, to create a single rack-space configuration consisting of customized analog, digital and/or MIDI I/O tailored to the user’s needs.

The M64 provides one bank of optical MADI I/O, plus a second independent bank of coaxial MADI I/O on BNC connectors, for a total of 256 simultaneous MADI I/O channels. A duplicate BNC output is included for splitting the coax bank to two separate destinations, without the need for a separate splitter.

The 8D provides two stereo pairs (four channels) of AES3 digital I/O and two stereo pairs of RCA S/PDIF digital I/O, for a total of 8 digital I/O channels. The AES3 inputs are equipped with sample rate conversion for digital transfers.

The LP32 provides four banks of 8-channel ADAT optical “lightpipe” digital I/O for a total of 32 channels at 44.1/48 kHz or 16 channels of SMUX at 88.2/96 kHz. Each I/O bank is individually switchable between 8-channel ADAT, 4-channel SMUX or stereo TOSLink (optical S/PDIF).

MOTU, Inc.
www.motu.com

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