Millennia Goes “Gōzowta”

Priced at $449 street and unveiled at the 141st AES Convention, Millennia Media’s Gōzowta DA-296 converts from Dante audio over Ethernet to high resolution analog at sample rates up to 96 kHz.
Author:
Publish date:

Los Angeles (October 19, 2016)—Priced at $449 street and unveiled at the 141st AES Convention, Millennia Media’s Gōzowta DA-296 converts from Dante audio over Ethernet to high resolution analog at sample rates up to 96 kHz.

The DA-296 connects any two channels of Dante to any analog gear: Power amps, stage monitor systems, powered speakers, etc.

The DA-296 also has quarter-inch and eighth-inch headphone jacks with a level control; it can be used as part of a personal monitor system or for trouble shooting Dante audio streams. Outputs include balanced XLR and Phoenix-style output connectors.

Power is supplied by the Ethernet cable from PoE (power over Ethernet) enabled switches or in-line PoE injectors. Also included is a -10dBV/+4dBu output reference level switch to accommodate most analog equipment.

The Gōzowta DA-296 is the same size as Millennia’s portable preamp series, housed in a road-ready 1/3-rack width chassis, and as such can be bolted to a rack tray.

Millennia Media
www.mil-media.com