The Radial DAN-RX is a 2-channel 24 bit/96kHz digital to analog endpoint that allows the user to output audio from a Dante™ network for connection to professional audio systems. Developed by Audinate®, Dante has become the standard for digital audio distribution in professional audio. Using standard Ethernet networks, any connected Dante devices can communicate and route audio between each other with very little latency. The DAN-RX provides a simple way to take a stereo feed from the Dante network and convert it to analog audio for monitoring in any location without the need for additional equipment.
The DAN-RX is equipped with XLR outputs for connection to balanced professional audio equipment such as the mic inputs on a mixing board or directly to an amplifier or powered speakers. In live sound applications, the DAN-RX can be used to return audio to the stage or to route audio to smaller PA systems or recorders in remote rooms throughout the venue. A local 3.5mm headphone output is equipped with its own level control to test audio before connection to the PA system or to monitor locally with headphones, making it useful in events where several people need to listen in with personal monitor systems.
The DAN-RX features 24bit/96kHz digital to analog convertors for exceptional audio quality. Connecting to the Dante network is easy – simply connect its Ethernet jack to any networked audio system using standard Cat5e or Cat6 cable. The DAN-RX will accept Power over Ethernet (PoE), but a power adapter is included for use when PoE is not available. Once connected, the DAN-RX will appear as a 2-channel output device in the Dante Controller software and on other Dante-enabled devices on the network. The DAN-RX is the easiest way to convert a stereo feed from Dante to analog.
The DiNET DAN-RX... digital audio distribution made easy.
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