Digital Audio Denmark introduced their new DAD AX32 audio converter.
It features a flexible interface configuration and audio via IP Ethernet.
It offers the same preamplification and analog to digital conversion as the AX24 plus additional features. Up to 32 channels can be housed in a 2 rack-unit chassis to accommodate larger multi-microphone arrays without needing to transport a second processor. All 32 microphone feeds can be connected back to the control room on a single Cat 5 cable via IP Ethernet.
Compatible with standard sampling rates up to 384 kilohertz, the AX32 allows production of Digital eXtreme Definition (DXD) and Direct Stream Digital (DSD) audio data formats as well as 44.1 to 192 kilohertz formats commonly used for audio editing and distribution.
An optional microphone preamplifier incorporates analogue gain control in 3 decibel steps as well as digital gain control with 0.25 decibel precision. Dynamic range of analog to digital and digital to analog conversion is 126 decibels. The preamplifier's equivalent noise floor is -132 decibels.
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