At NAMM: Radial Debuts Dante-Enabled DIs

Radial Engineering has unveiled its DiNET DAN-TX and DiNET DAN-RX Dante-enabled direct boxes, which are expected to ship this spring.
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Anaheim, CA (January 21, 2016)-Radial Engineering has unveiled its DiNET DAN-TX and DiNET DAN-RX Dante-enabled direct boxes, which are expected to ship this spring.

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The Di-NET DAN-TX is said to be the world's first Dante enabled stereo direct box. Equipped with ?-inch, RCA and stereo 3.5 mm input jacks, the DAN-TX allows the user to connect instruments or line level sources directly to networked audio systems using the Dante protocol. The DAN-TX features 24-bit/96 kHz analog-to-digital conversion, and a local 3.5 mm headphone output provides the means to quickly test audio.

The DiNET DAN-RX is a 24-bit/96 kHZ digital-to-analog endpoint that allows the user to output audio from a Dante network to stereo systems. The DAN-RX is equipped with left and right balanced XLR outputs with a level control that allows for connection to microphone inputs up to +4 dBu line level systems. A local 3.5 mm headphone output is provided to test or monitor audio before connection to the PA System.

Radial Engineering, Ltd.
www.radialeng.com