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Focusrite Audio Engineering RedNet
Audio networking system
At this professional audio networking system's heart is digital audio networking technology Dante by Audinate. Dante uses conventional IP-based Ethernet switches to carry up to 256 channels (128 inputs and 128 outputs) of high-resolution digital audio over a single, standard Ethernet network. RedNet provides extremely low latency: under 3ms analog-to-analog at any sample rate when using the optional Focusrite RedNet PCIe card. The scalable system features a range of digital audio interfaces and components. These provide a diversity of input and output options, with the simplicity and practicalities of Ethernet connectivity. Each RedNet I/O device includes JetPLL jitter-elimination technology, and delivers dynamic range of 120dB, with 24-bit resolution at sample rates up to 192kHz.
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