Mayah Communications MAD Series


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Mayah Communications MAD Series

Audio signal processing/routing/monitoring

This family of five different products is for signal processing, routing and monitoring. MAD1 with its high-quality headphone amplifier offers direct monitoring of any stereo or mono channel in the MADI stream. MAD2 provides a latency-free transparent signal conversion, splitting or distribution between its two coaxial BNC MADI interfaces and another two optical interfaces. MAD3 is a 1RU high-quality A/D D/A converter for 32 analog channels with sampling rates up to 192kHz. MAD4 is a multifunctional device, which can be used as embedder/de-embedder, controller for monitoring, communication device and even more. MAD5 is a matrix for up to 16 MADI ports, totally resulting in a full 1024 x 1024 audio channels matrix.
+49 811 55 17 0
info@mayah.com
www.mayah.com


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