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DcSoundOp Shoptalk: Inside The Sound Devices MD-4 Dante Interface
Taking a look under the hood of a four-channel interface for Dante networks with on-board preamps, headphone monitoring, and battery power connection.
By Steve Milner Posted in Reading Room on August 8, 2018

Taking a look under the hood of a four-channel interface for Dante networks with on-board preamps, headphone monitoring, and battery power connection.

With Dante audio networks, your approach to getting audio on or off of the network at various locations can be central to getting the most out of your system. When using networked gear like stage boxes and Dante enabled consoles, you have a number of options in smaller devices for working with just a few channels of audio at remote locations.

Gear such as the Audinate Avio adapters, and the Shure ANI4 units are great for two or four channels, but between that and full sized stage boxes, the options under two thousand dollars are somewhat limited.

Continue reading and watch the review video on PSW: https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/av/dcsoundop-shoptalk-inside-the-sound-devices-md-4-dante-interface/
« Last Edit: August 10, 2018, 11:49:09 AM by Keith Clark »
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