RedNet 1: 8-channel A-D/D-A
RedNet 1 connects to your network with a single Ethernet cable. It’s remotely controlled via the network and can be placed anywhere in your facility. It offers eight channels of line-level analogue in and out, with Focusrite’s precision 24-bit A-D and D-A conversion for superb audio performance, and 119dB dynamic range at sample rates up to 192kHz
RedNet 2: 16-channel A-D/D-A
RedNet 2 performs the same role as RedNet 1 but adds 16 remote-controlled analogue channels in and out to your RedNet network. It too delivers 119dB dynamic range at sample rates up to 192kHz
RedNet 3: 32-channel Digital I/O
RedNet 3 interfaces your existing digital audio systems and components to the RedNet network, with up to 32 inputs and outputs and full software remote control. The unit includes support for AES/EBU, S/PDIF and ADAT (16 ADAT optical ports support 32 digital channels in and out – even at 96kHz.
RedNet 4: Mic preamps, line and DI
RedNet 4 adds eight of the latest remote-controlled Focusrite mic preamps / line inputs to your RedNet system through a single Ethernet cable. With two selectable DI’s and full remote control of gain, phantom power, input source and high pass filter, RedNet 4 provides an effective range of analogue inputs for your system.
RedNet 5: 32-channel Pro Tools|HD/Dante Network Bridge
RedNet 5 provides a bridge between Pro Tools|HD and the Dante audio network, behaving just like a standard Pro Tools® interface with each RedNet 5 unit capable of routing 32 input and 32 output channels between the Dante network and your Pro Tools|HD system.
RedNet 6: MADI Bridge
RedNet 6 provides a seamless interface between MADI devices and the RedNet Ethernet system. Connect digital mixing consoles, interfaces and cards that use MADI or extend your MADI system with RedNet's quality and the convenience of Ethernet network audio.
RedNet D16 AES – 16 Channel AES3 I/O for Dante audio networks
RedNet D16 AES adds 16 channels of industry-standard AES/EBU I/O to your Dante audio network, with Ethernet redundancy for maximum network reliability. Sample Rate Convertors (SRC) on each input pair allows instant operation with any AES3 source, while Word Clock and Digital Audio Reference Signal (DARS) connections allow synchronisation with a wide range of hardware. 2 channels of S/PDIF I/O support consumer equipment interfacing.