Experience classic SSL analogue processing for the API 500 rack. Discover why this system enjoys such a large and enthusiastic customer base.
A versatile combination of mic/line and digital I/O - The A16.D16 provides a combination of SSL SuperAnalogue™ and AES3 digital I/O to Dante, AES 67 based IP networks. A16.D16 includes redundant network connections* and PSUs. It features 16 line inputs - four of which also have switchable mic circuits, 16 line outputs and 16 digital I/O in 8 AES3 pairs. There are four GPIO.
Bulk analogue line level I/O - The A32 provides SSL SuperAnalogue™ I/O to Dante and AES 67 based IP networks. A32 includes redundant network connections* and PSUs. It features 32 line inputs and 32 line outputs.*Network B connectivity provides a future hardware upgrade path for direct SFP fibre connection.
AES to Dante conversion wherever you need it - The D64 provides 32 input/output Pairs of AES3 audio I/O connectivity to redundant Dante network connections*. Sample Rate Convertors allow seamless integration of unlocked AES sources. D64 includes redundant network connections and PSUs. *Network B connectivity provides a future hardware upgrade path for direct SFP fibre connection.
GPIO 32 provides bulk GPIO connections for interfacing with System T consoles and transporting GPIO across System T networks. It facilitates a variety of possibilities and applications for System T consoles, such as custom user key panels or complex Audio Follow Video setups. 32 GPIs and 32 GPOs are available from the 2U unit. GPIO 32 maintains the solid design and redundancy features found on the rest of the Network I/O range: redundant PSUs and redundant Dante network connections come as standard. When coupled with System T’s powerful Event Manager, GPIO 32 has endless possibilities for custom console functions and external triggers. GPIO 32 can be controlled from all variants of System T control surface (S500, S300, TCR, remote T-SOLSA) running V2.0 (or later) software.
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