Get High-Quality Audio-over-Ethernet with Neutrik's NA2-IO Interfaces
While Neutrik are commonly known for manufacturing some of the highest-quality audio plugs money can buy, the Liechtenstein company also operates in the world of audio interfaces and Audio-over-Ethernet gear. If your studio is hooked up to a super-fast and stable network that's linked up to various signal-exchanging bits of kit, you'll definitely want to consider one of these awesomely reliable and new Neutrik-made audio interfaces: the NA2-IO-DLINE and the NA2-IO-DPRO.
The Neutrik NA2-IO-DLINE and NA2-IO-DPRO
What makes these break-out boxes so interesting, is the fact that they enable you to integrate your current studio set-up into your network. As such, these Neutrik interfaces can be used to expand your Dante network with two extra audio channels while, in the case of the NA2-IO-DLINE, any Dante signal can be converted into an analogue signal at the same time. This way, you can feed your network signals while it receives an audio signal from a separate Dante-based source. Designed to offer smooth adaptability, the compact NA2-IO-DLINE can be seamlessly integrated into any set-up, which also means that its protective rubber cover can be removed for fixed installations. Even more comprehensive than its sibling, the NA2-IO-DPRO features two pro-grade microphone preamps and opens up the possibility to transfer microphone signals directly across the network. Meanwhile, the two Dante ports fitted on the back support network redundancy, but can even be used to couple up multiple NA2-IO-DPRO interfaces.