The DMI-8, an eight-channel version of the digital microphone interface, is now available from Neumann.
In addition to the proven functions of the two-channel DMI-2, it features:
- AES 42 to EBU conversion
- Synchronization of the microphones without a sample rate converter
- Automatic world clock or AES 11 synchronization
- All sample rates, from 44.1 kHz to 192 kHz
- Control and storage of the settings via Mac or PC
The new DMI-8 also offers the following features:
- The capability of cascading up to 128 channels
- Level meter and gain setting on the front panel, operable even without a computer
- D-sub 25 outputs with Tascam and Yamaha pin assignments
- Optical ADAT interface
- Open architecture for later connection to other multi-channel interfaces and audio networks, such as EtherSound and MADI
The DMI-8, like the DMI-2, can be used with microphones from any manufacturer that comply with the jointly established AES 42 standard, according to Neumann.
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