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Riedel Communications introduced its new RockNet 100 at Musikmesse/Prolight+Sound 2009.


RockNet 100 is a 3-in-1 audio interface bundled with an expansion card for Yamaha digital mixing consoles. The audio interface combines the input and output sections of three RockNet 300 devices into one 19"/3RU digital stage-box. Beyond digital multicore applications RockNet 100 is also designed to give access to the highly acclaimed RockNet digital audio network solutions.

RockNet 100 incorporates the functionality of three RockNet 300 devices in one single unit, resulting in 16 line/microphone-inputs (with 48V phantom power) and 8 line-outputs. The audio interface features the same preamps like the RockNet-300-series. Their gain provides a range of –66 dB to 6 dB in steps of 1 dB. With a transport capacity of up to 80 channels RockNet 100 is said to be suited for smaller setups — for example as a digital multicore.

RockNet comes in a steel enclosure.

For more information and full product specs, visit their web site at www.riedel.net.
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