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Lectrosonics DNT16i 16-Input Dante Network Transport Interface

 
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The DNT16i processor provides inputs into a Dante network from analog and digital signals. Each input provides extensive signal processing and routing to any one or all of 48 automatic mixers operating at the crosspoints of an internal digital matrix in the processor. The outputs of the matrix ca... Read More

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Description

The DNT16i processor provides inputs into a Dante network from analog and digital signals. Each input provides extensive signal processing and routing to any one or all of 48 automatic mixers operating at the crosspoints of an internal digital matrix in the processor. The outputs of the matrix can be assigned to a Dante transmit channel and/or routed back to an input to be further mixed with another input or matrix mix.

Features:

  • 16 mic/line analog inputs with 48V phantom power and wide range gain control
  • 16 DanteTM digital inputs
  • 32 DanteTM digital outputs
  • Supports both switched and redundant modes in DanteTM operation
  • Pre-mixing signal processing on all 32 inputs (analog and digital)
  • 48 independent automatic mixers with 36 inputs per mixer and channel activity detectors
  • Support for multi-level mixing: mixes can be looped back and used as mixer inputs
  • Extensive signal processing including filters, delay and channel linking for dynamic processing (compressors, limiters)
  • Gain smoothing to prevent transient noise during instantaneous level changes
  • Four test signal generators available for system setup and testing
  • Extensive macro command language
  • Control interfaces via USB, RS-232, Ethernet and programmable logic I/O
  • Rack mount or under table mount

DNT Series processors operate as native DanteTM devices to integrate analog and digital network signals in a seamless manner. Analog audio signals are converted to digital signals that are then processed and assigned to Dante network channels. Digital signals from the Dante network are processed in the same manner as analog signals, then sent back into the Dante network or converted to analog for mic/line outputs. The result is seamless integration of analog and digital audio signals into a common network where any signal assigned to a Dante transmit channel is then available at any receiving device connected to the network.


DNT Series processors operate as native DanteTM devices to integrate analog and digital network signals in a seamless manner. Analog audio signals are converted to digital signals that are then processed and assigned to Dante network channels. Digital signals from the Dante network are processed in the same manner as analog signals, then sent back into the Dante network or converted to analog for mic/line outputs. The result is seamless integration of analog and digital audio signals into a common network where any signal assigned to a Dante transmit channel is then available at any receiving device connected to the network.

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Product Specs

Audio inputs Balanced mic/line level inputs with digitally programmable gain may be wired as unbalanced inputs.
Audio input channels 32 total; 16 analog mic/line; 16 Dante digital
Max. input level 20 dBu
Gain Analog: 0 dB to 56 dB, programmable in 8 dB steps (the analog gain is automatically set by selecting the input gain)
Digital [Dante]: -70 dB to +20 dB
Input impedance 8 k differential mode, 2 k common mode
Phantom voltage 48 V
Dynamic range 102 dB
EIN -127 dBu (20 Hz – 20 kHz, unweighted)
THD + noise 0.01%
A-D Sampling Rate 48 kHz; fixed
Audio outputs  
Channels 32 digital outputs delivered to the Dante network
Dante Interface The interface provides dual RJ-45 connectors on the rear panel and an Ethernet switch built into the processor.
Supported sampling rate 48 kHz
Data rate LED 100Mbps/1Gbps
Activity LED blinks when active
Modes of operation Switched mode using either connector Redundant mode with primary and secondary networks using both connectors
Network Connectivity Dante interface and Ethernet control can be connected to the same network
Filters All filters have zero processing delay.
Tone control stages 4 per input channel
ADFE 8 per input channel; configurable as static or dynamic
Internal Signal Generator  
Swept sine Modes: single sweep, continuous sweep
Waveforms: sawtooth (up or down), triangle
Sweep rate: linear, logarithmic
Parameters: start freq, stop freq, level [dBu], sweep time [sec]
White noise parameter Level [dBu]
Pink noise parameter Level [dBu]
Tone (sine wave) parameters Level [dBu], frequency
Filter types  
Low Pass Butterworth (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Bessel (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Linkwitz-Riley (12, 24 dB/octave)
Additional parameters: frequency [Hz]
High Pass Butterworth (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Bessel (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Linkwitz-Riley (12, 24 dB/octave)
Additional parameters: frequency [Hz]
Low Shelving Butterworth (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Bessel (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Additional parameters:
frequency [Hz]
boost/cut [dB]
High Shelving Butterworth (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Bessel (6, 12, 18, 24 dB/octave)
Additional parameters:
frequency [Hz]
boost/cut [dB]
Peaking EQ (parametric) Parameters:
frequency [Hz]
bandwidth [octave]
boost/cut [dB]
Compressor Soft knee with RMS level detector eliminates need for separate attack and delay settings; 0.1 ms increments, 1 second max.; continuously adjustable ratio
Power Requirements 100-240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power Consumption 20 W maximum
Dimensions 1.75 x 19.00 x 7.70 inches
Weight 5.32 lbs., 1.7 kg.

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