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Lectrosonics DNTBOB88 8-Int/8-Out Dante Network Transport Interface

 
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BOB 88 is a high quality, general purpose interface to transmit and receive line level analog audio signals via a Dante network. Analog inputs are converted to digital and appear on the network as transmit channels. Audio for the analog outputs is taken from subscriptions to transmit channels on ... Read More

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Description

BOB 88 is a high quality, general purpose interface to transmit and receive line level analog audio signals via a Dante network. Analog inputs are converted to digital and appear on the network as transmit channels. Audio for the analog outputs is taken from subscriptions to transmit channels on the network from other sources. When connected to a network, each break out box will appear as a separate device in the Dante Controller software interface.

Features:

  • 8 balanced line level analog inputs
  • 8 balanced line level analog outputs
  • Dante primary and secondary ports
  • 8 Dante network outputs
  • 8 Dante network inputs
  • Uses standard ethernet hardware
  • Gigabit compatible
  • AVB ready

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

Analog inputs  
Type Floating balanced
Level 0 dBu; 20 dB headroom
Impedance 15k ohm (differential); 3.75k ohm (common)
Connector 5-pin Phoenix
Analog outputs  
Type Floating balanced
Level 0 dBu; 20 dB headroom
Impedance 50 ohms
Connector 5-pin Phoenix
Sampling Rate 48 kHz
Network Interface Dante
Latency Analog in to Dante network: 0.721 ms
Dante network to analog out: Network latency + 0.521 ms
THD + Noise 0.02%; analog in to analog out
Audio Frequency Response 20Hz to 20kHz; ±0.1 dB
Input to Output Gain 0 dB; ±1 dB
Ambient Operating Temperature –20 C to +50 C; –36 F to +90 F
Power Requirements 15 VDC; 800 mA
Power Switch Illuminated rocker
Power Consumption 12 Watts
Dimensions (overall) 1.73 x 13.36 x 4.6 in.
44 x 339 x 117 mm.
Weight 22.3 ozs.; 631 grams

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