RME has announced its DTOX series of D-sub to XLR breakout boxes offering rack interconnection of multichannel XLRs with the common D-sub connector format.

RME DTOX-16 I/O‘Using D-sub to XLR breakout cables where other XLR cables need to be plugged into poorly labelled XLR plugs can result in errors and connection issues,’ says Derek Badala, Director of Sales, Americas for Synthax, distributor of RME. ‘The DTOX series of boxes provides a professional solution by replacing two usual multicore breakout cables with a space-efficient 19-inch rack mount unit – streamlining the process and eliminating confusion.’

Named after their primary function, D(-sub) to X(LR), the DTOX panels are 1U-high 19-inch rack enclosures featuring 16 XLR sockets on one side and two D-sub connectors on the other. Due to differences between digital and analogue formats, the DTOX series is available in four different models.

The DTOX-32 is a double D-sub solution for AES/EBU signals with one D-sub converted to four XLR males and four XLR females each, giving a total of eight AES/EBU inputs and eight AES/EBU outputs. The DTOX-32 is pin-compatible to the common TASCAM pinout as well as the popular Yamaha pinout. An internal connector allows the user to change between both formats separately for both D-subs.

For analogue connections, the DTOX-16 is available in three versions: DTOX-16 I with only inputs (XLR female); DTOX-16 O with only outputs (XLR males); and DTOX-16 I/O with eight female and eight male sockets.

All DTOX units are available for US$399 MAP.

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