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Wheatstone Razor Blade
Audio network interface
The Razor Blade brings WheatNet-IP Intelligent Network connectivity to places where the cost of a full-featured blade isn’t justified, or where a full Blade I/O complement isn’t needed. Featuring one AES digital input, one AES digital output, and six bidirectional logic ports, it's ideal for interfacing an ISDN codec, a telephone hybrid, or any other single I/O device to the network. The front panel has two pairs of 10-segment LED bar graph meters that display the input and output signal levels. There's also a power LED and communications status LED to indicate the network connection is active. The rear panel has AES inputs and outputs on XLR connectors, a WheatNet-IP Gigabit Ethernet port, and an RJ-45 connector that carries the universal logic ports. The unit is set up, configured and controlled via Wheatstone's WheatNet-IP Navigator software.
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