NTP’s Digital Audio Denmark increases routing capabilities with DX32
NTP Technology’s Digital Audio Denmark brand has added the DX32 digital audio bridge and router interface to its range of mastering-quality audio products. The unit facilitates an increased channel count, patching of inputs and outputs, and provides Madi and optical interfacing capabilities.
The router has been designed for audio applications such as multi-room recording studios, post-production facilities and audio distribution installations. It can be used to expand I/O channel count and interface digital components, providing a bridge between AES/EBU, Madi, Pro Tools HDX and the Dante IP audio network.
According to the manufacturer, the 384 x 384 router can patch any input to any one or more outputs on a mono channel basis, supporting sample rates of up to 384kHz and Super Audio CD formats. It provides up to 192 channels on one Madi I/O port and two optical ports, 64 channels on Pro Tools HDX, 16 AES/EBU channels and 64 channels via Ethernet using Dante.
The DX32 can also be used together with the DAD AX32 AD/DA converter to add analogue and digital interfaces into an existing studio. Control of the router is via Ethernet using DADman software.