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Riedel Communications presented the new RockNet 100 RN.102.IO module, which offers 16 line outputs and eight microphone/line inputs at this year's infoComm to the pro audio and tour sound markets.

RockNet 100 is a digital snake solution, which provides up to 80 digital audio channels over a single counter-rotating CAT-5 ring. The new RockNet RN.102.IO is designed to integrate analog mixing consoles into the audio network or can be set up for a simple redundant multicore connection.

According to Riedel, RockNet can be set up within minutes without a computer. Its technology and user interface is designed for real-world live sound applications. The system is auto-addressing and can be configured via the front- panel or via the RockWorks software.

RockNet 100 offers a dynamic range of 114 dB. RockNet’s steel enclosures are made forroad use and offer the advantage of magnetic shielding. All connectors are gold plated. The circuit design is designed to be streamlined to ultra low noise and minimum distortion. The design of RockNet 100 allow rack-mount as well as flat-on-the-floor stage-box operation.

RockNet 100 modules can be integrated into any RockNet 300 installation, the company says. The RockNet RN.141.MY expansion card for digital Yamaha mixing consoles is designed to enable remote control over all connected RockNet modules. In addition the RockWorks software and the front panel of each modules provide easy and hands-on configuration of the RockNet audio network.

Availability
RockWorks is available for Windows and Mac OS X and allows configuration and remote control of any device in the whole RockNet installation over a single USB connection.
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