ARX Network Di Dante Enabled Transformer Isolated Breakout Direct Box


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NETWORKDI - Overview

The Network DI from ARX is an analog breakout box using the popular Dante network protocol to extract audio from a network and convert it to Transformer isolated analog audio, suitable for connecting to mixing consoles and other devices requiring an analog source

A Mono switch on the front panel provides Left and Right analog summation for applications requirig a mono signal

The Network DI is housed in a heavy duty all-steel chassis finished in attractive matt textured polyurethane, with hardwearing epoxy screen printing and slip resistant rubber base pad.

Security features include an optional bracket kit for under-table mounting.

  • Features:

    • Mono Switch L & R summation
    • Construction: All-steel chassis, fibreglass PCB, epoxy printing, slip-resistant rubber base pad
    • Precision engineered
    • With a couple of exceptions, all products in the Audibox range share a common footprint and manufacturing platform. Offset lid screws enable close side-by-side mounting of multiple units.
  • Specifications:

    • Dante Audio In
    • Input Connector: 1 x RJ45 Ethernet
    • Sample Rate: 44.1KHz, 48 KHz (default), 96KHz
    • Bit Depth: 24 Bits
    • Network Speed: 100 Mbps
    • Power Consumption: 2 Watts max.
    • Power over Ethernet Class: 1 802.3af POE PD compliant

      Analog audio out
    • Output Connectors: 2 x Male XLR connectors, Pin 1 Chassis ground, Pin 2+, Pin 3-
    • Output Impedance: 150 ohm balanced, 75 ohm unbalanced
    • Output Level: +4dBu @ 0dBFS
    • Frequency Response: 20Hz - 20 kHZ ±.5dB
    • Dynamic Range: < 100dB
    • Signal to Noise: < 100dB
    • THD: <.01% at +4dBu

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