German Madi developer and manufacturer DirectOut Technologies has released the ANDIAMO 2 and ExBox.Adat.

ANDIAMO 2The ANDIAMO 2 has been developed to meet requests from broadcasters needing redundant Madi I/O. Offering two Madi ports the unit provides seamless switching between the Madi ports should one input fail. It is available with a choice of two optical multimode SC transceivers or, for added flexibility, one optical SC and one coaxial BNC connector.

Other units in the same series are the ANDIAMO AD/DA Madi converter, ANDIAMO.XT analogue/Madi/AES converter and ANDIAMO.XT SRC with added sample rate converters. All of the ANDIAMO units can be specified with maximum analogue I/O levels of +15dBu, +18dBu or +24dBu, and all the optical devices delivered by DirectOut can be single mode if required.

The ExBox.Adat is a Madi-to-Adat converter, with eight Adat I/Os and two Madi ports. It is intended to provide an interface for applications such as the studio that uses a Madi DAW or mixing desk and records onto a device with Adat I/O. Or a studio whose AD/DA converters have Adat I/Os but need to extend their audio channel capability with a Madi card in the recording computer.

‘DirectOut is a great range to distribute and these two new additions are no exception,’ says Chris Collings, of UK distributor Aspen Media. ‘DirectOut listens to its customers and develops products accordingly.’

More: www.directout.eu/en
More: www.aspen-madi.com

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