Rednet 3

Digital I/O

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The No More Flows error in Dante Controller is commonly caused by people using Static IP Addresses and trying to route between Dante Virtual Soundcard and RedNet devices. It can also happen if you...
On the RedNet 3, when in AES/SPDIF mode, then the first bank of ADAT channels are taken replaced with AES/SPDIF. However, when using SPDIF, only first pair (channels 1/2) are taken up, and the rest...
RedNet Control can do block routing based on the amount of Input/Output channels of a given device. This is great for quick routing, which is fine in most situations. But sometimes you may wish to...
If you find that you have no metering on the graphics in RedNet Control, then this is likely due to a FireWall on your system. You will need to add RedNet Control to the list of exceptions for your...
Currently, in order for Dante Virtual Soundcard to pass audio correctly a certain Dante Latency setting must be used in the Dante Virtual Soundcard settings. You must switch off Dante Virtual...
Dante makes use of standard Voice over IP (VoIP) protocols and utilises Quality of Service (QoS) switch features, to prioritize clock sync and audio traffic over other network traffic. VoIP QoS...
The Rednet 3 provides a maximum of 32 digital inputs and outputs using the following connections and protocols: - 32 channels of ADAT optical inputs and outputs (16 I/O at 192kHz) via 16 Toslink...
The Rednet 3 provides a maximum of 32 digital inputs and outputs using the following connections and protocols: - 32 channels of ADAT optical inputs and outputs (16 I/O at 192kHz) via 16 Toslink...
The Rednet 3 can be used to synchronise your Rednet system clock to external digital audio devices, either via the clock signals embedded in the incoming digital audio streams ( ADAT , AES, or S/PDIF...
The Rednet 3 can be used to synchronise your Rednet system clock to external digital audio devices, either via the clock signals embedded in the incoming digital audio streams (ADAT, AES, or S/PDIF...