DMI-AES


This card provides 16 Inputs (8 pairs) and 16 outputs (8 pairs) on 2 x 25 way “D” connectors. All AES inputs are provided with sample rate conversion (SRC) by default. All AES outputs are synchronised to the mixer system clock.

DMI-AES

Developed by the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), this digital audio format was originally developed in 1985 and was the first professional digital audio format to gain widespread acceptance. There have been several revisions over the years. Also known as AES3 or IEC-60958 Type I, the data protocol includes up to two channels of up to 24-bit audio running at sample rates up to 96 kHz.

Multi-channel digital audio formats such as MADI have become popular, but AES3 is still a very useful format to distribute stereo signals (such as L/R mixer output) or to integrate stereo signal processors such as reverbs.

The DMI-AES provides 16 Inputs (8 pairs) and 16 outputs (8 pairs) on 2 x 25 way “D” connectors. All AES inputs are provided with sample rate conversion (SRC) by default. All AES outputs are synchronised to the mixer system clock.

Main Features

  • 2 x 25 way “D” connectors
  • 16 inputs (8 pairs) and 16 outputs (8 pairs)
  • Sample rate conversions on all inputs
  • Compatible with S-Series, Quantum Range, SD12, Orange Box and 4REA4
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