NTP Technology Penta 721
IP-compatible audio router
Eight AES/EBU input/output channels are provided in this interface, plus up to three MADI input/outputs, two IP Audio Ethernet inputs/outputs, and an interface allowing control from Avid Pro Tools. A mini-module slot accommodates ST optical MADI connection or dual SFP MADI optical in/out. The IP Audio protocol is based on the Audinate Dante digital audio network technology and will interoperate with Dante-compliant third-party products. IP Audio routing allows low-latency tightly synchronized transport of uncompressed signals over Gigabit IP Ethernet Layer 3 networks using-off-the-shelf switches and routers. A total of 512 channels can be routed on a 1Gb network; more if the network capacity is higher. The Penta 721 is TCP/IP controlled via one or two Ethernet ports.
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