A Dante card for the Mackie DL32R mixer
Mackie offers users of its DL32R digital mixer an expansion card that will add the console to any Dante audio network.
The new Mackie DL Dante expansion card offers 32 input and output channels for use on Audinate Dante audio networks, with freely adjustable I/O routing.
The card ships with a license of the Dante Virtual Soundcard software, which offers the ability to playback and record up to 64 audio channels from a Dante network to a Mac and PC computer.
No information regarding the price of this new expansion card. Note that Mackie also updated its Master Fader iOS app to version 3.1 in order to include support for this new Dante card. The update also fixes many issues.
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