The universal format converter: Everything in 1U! For all your digital audio needs: This unique piece of hardware is able to convert between an impressive selection of digital interfaces - any to any, all at once. Supported Audio Interfaces ADAT (8x), SPDIF/AES3 optical MADI optical MADI coaxial MADI-TP (up to 2 ports) AES50 (up to 2 ports) Dante / AES67 and many more via breakout boxes (currently planned: Waves Soundgrid, AVB, AES3) Key features 64x64 channels on each interface with channel-wise routing/splitting between interfaces Integrated headphone amp Asynchronous sample rate conversion (plug-in module) Fully remote-controllable via web, telnet and USB. Extensible to future interfaces via break-out boxes What the multiverter can do for you: Interface your recording gear to any signal source Make your production truck or OB van compatible to anything Use your ethernet port as 64x64 recording interface with the Dante® Virtual Soundcard technology Sample-rate convert between any interfaces using the SRC-64 plugin module Send and receive low-latency, 64x64 audio over your standard ethernet network Bring your legacy gear up to date ...and anything else you can imagine!
Parameter ValueDimensions 482x45x230mm (BxHxD)Weight 2.25 kgOperating temperature 0..+70C, non-condensingStorage temperature -40..+85C, non-condensingPower consumption 8W typ., 30W max.Each AC input: 85..264VAC, 50-60Hz, 0.75A@115VAC / 0.5A@230VACDC input: 9-18VDC (up to 30V tolerant), 2.5A peakChannel count Up to 64 per interface in x1 modesUp to 32 per interface in x2 modesUp to 16 per interface in x4 modesMultiple conversions (i.e. Dante MADI and ADAT AES50) with each using the full channel count can run simultaneously.Sample rates 32 / 44.1 / 48 / 64 / 88.2 / 96 / 128 / 176.4 / 192 kHz +/-100ppmVarispeed operation is not supportedLatency The table below shows the overall latency (receive+convert+transmit) between the various interfaces in number of samples.For x1 modes (32/44.1/48kHz), n is 1.For x2 modes (64/88.2/96kHz), n is 2.For x4 modes (128/176.4/192kHz), n is 4.The Dante latency d depends on the setting in the Dante controller which should be chosen according to the network topology, and can range from 150s to 5ms. Output ADAT MO MC MT AE DA EXADAT 3*n 3*n 3*n 3*n 4*n 3*n+d 3*nMO 3*n 3*n 3*n 3*n 4*n 3*n+d 3*nMC 3*n 3*n 3*n 3*n 4*n 3*n+d 3*nMT 3*n 3*n 3*n 3*n 4*n 3*n+d 3*nAE 4*n 4*n 4*n 4*n 5*n 4*n+d 4*nDA 3*n+d 3*n+d 3*n+d 3*n+d 4*n+d - 3*n+dADAT ports 8 input+8 output ports firstname.lastname@example.org/48kHz, email@example.com/96kHzEach port may be alternatively used as SPDIF or AES3 optical port with 2 channels @44.1/48kHzPC port USB 2.0 (FTDI 2232). Remote control and firmware update, no audio connectionRS485 port Male D-Sub 9pin, Yamaha AD8HR compatiblePinout: 2=RX-, 3=TX-, 4=TX+, 5=GND, 6=RX+Extension port HDMI connector type (not HDMI compatible). 64ch@32/44.1/48kHz, 32ch@64/88.2/96kHz, 16ch@128/176.4/192kHzMADI optical port SC connector, 50/125 m or 62.5/125 m multi-mode fibre (MM fibre), 1300nm, up to 2km total length.Transceiver can be changed to Single mode (9/125m) at the factory on request.64ch@32/44.1/48kHz32ch@64/88.2/96kHz16ch@128/176.4/192kHzMIDI-over-MADITransparent user bit forwardingMADI BNC port Standard AES10 coaxial port. Use with up to 100meters of 75 ohm coaxial cable 64ch@32/44.1/48kHz, 32ch@64/88.2/96kHz, 16ch@128/176.4/192kHzMADI TP port AES-X 213 (upcoming MADI specification) compatible.64ch@32/44.1kHz, 56ch@48kHz, 32ch@64/88.2, 28ch@96kHz, 16ch@128/176.4kHz, 14ch@192kHzPinout: MADI-TP on 4/5, 7/8 MIDI-over-MADITransparent user bit forwardingAlternative use: Second AES50 port, Pinout: Data on 4/5, 7/8; Sync on 1/2, 3/6 (adapter cable required)AES50 port AES50 3.1 firstname.lastname@example.org/48kHz, email@example.com/96kHz Pinout: Data on 1/2, 3/6; Sync on 4/5, 7/8Alternative use: Second MADI-TP with Pinout: 1/2, 3/6 (adapter cable required)Wordclock port Output: 5.0Vpp nominal, able to drive two parallel 75 Ohm terminationsInput: 2.0Vpp...5.0VppDante/AES67 port 2x Gigabit Ethernet, configurable either as Switch or as Redundant connection in the Dante controller.Device prefix: MVR6464ch@32/44.1/48kHz, 32ch@64/88.2/96kHz, 16ch@128/176.4/192kHzMIDI port Standard isolated input, standard MIDI outputHeadphones 2x125mW into 32Ohm (@0.01% THD+N)Bandwidth: 22Hz to 22kHzESD protection all ports: +/- 15kV (Human Body Model)