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AudioScience Connect CobraNet Mini
Networked audio interfaces
These products are for smaller quantity input and output requirements. The Connect 4.4M (and 2.2M) receives four (or two) channels of CobraNet and sends them to their balanced analog audio outputs, while simultaneously inputting four (or two) channels of mic/line level balanced audio and transmitting them as CobraNet. The Connect 4.4D (and 2.2D) receives four (or two) channels of CobraNet and sends them to their AES/EBU audio outputs while simultaneously inputting four (or two) channels of AES/EBU audio and transmitting them as CobraNet.
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