Focusrite RedNet 6 MADI Bridge
The Focusrite RedNet 6 MADI Bridge brings together your RedNet-based audio system and a MADI / AES10 system. Used for larger digital audio systems, MADI allows numerous channels to be carried along a single cable. With support for up to 64 channels of coaxial and optical MADI I/O, RedNet 6 also features an asynchronous sample rate converter (ASRC) on every input and output. So you can interface between MADI and RedNet without worrying about whether every audio channel is at the correct sample rate. Connect your RedNet system to MADI-based digital consoles, computer cards, converters, and much more with the Focusrite RedNet 6 MADI Bridge.
Expand your RedNet network with MADI
One of the biggest benefits of a RedNet system is the ability to network many different audio interfaces in different locations over simple Ethernet cable. The RedNet 6 MADI bridge makes it simple to expand your RedNet system further, with up to 64 channels of digital I/O via MADI-equipped mixing consoles and audio interfaces. For example, a school could connect the MADI output of a digital console running sound in the theatre to the RedNet 6, and all audio could be accessed for recording in the school's recording studios via the RedNet network.
Asynchronous sample rates throughout
When you're dealing with dozens of channels of networked audio, and the ability to easily interface with MADI systems, you don't want to worry about sample rate mismatches. Thankfully, the RedNet 6 MADI Bridge has asynchronous sample rate converters on each input and output. So even if your RedNet system is operating at 96kHz, and you're connecting to a MADI system at 48kHz, you can expect seamless operation without having to adjust sample rates.
Convenient remote control via the RedNet network
Because you'll be using the RedNet 6 MADI Bridge as a component of a large-scale system, Focusrite makes it easy for you to control and re-route signals via a simple software control panel.
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