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MOTU 112D

Thunderbolt audio interface from MOTU .

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The MOTU AVB compatible professional audio interface family welcomes a new version, the 112D that supports up to 112 channels.

The MOTU 112D is a professional USB, Thunderbolt and AVB network audio interface that can handle 112 channels of digital inputs and outputs, MADI as well as mix 48 channels.

Specifications:

  • 24 channels (3 banks of 8 channels) of ADAT optical
  • 24 channels (6 x 4) of SMUX optical
  • 24 channels (3 x 8) AES/EBU on D-Sub connectors
  • BNC MADI in/out supporting up to 64 channels (depend on the sample rate)
  • Up to 112 channels of I/O in total with 1x sample rate (160 channels at 2x and 32 at 4x)
  • Wordclock In and Out/Thru
  • Thunderbolt 1/2, USB 2 audio class compliant, USB 3 iOS compatible, Ethernet AVB (with Mac OS X Yosemite) ports
  • 324 x 24 pixel LCD display for navigation in the menus and level meters
  • 5 switches for navigation

Discover the new MOTU 112D at www.motu.com.

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