Digital microphone interface
An eight-channel version of the DMI-2 digital microphone interface, which provides remote digital microphone control and conversion from AES 42 to AES/EBU, the DMI-8 offers more channels at less cost per channel in a space-saving rack-mountable chassis. But the DMI-8 also adds new features to the digital microphone interface concept, including computer-free gain adjustment, multi-unit cascading up to 128 channels, and a variety of industry-standard multi-channel output formats.
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