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Focusrite RedNet 6

MADI is widely used for large-scale digital audio systems such as audio consoles and conversion systems, allowing multiple channels to be carried along a single interface. RedNet 6 provides the link between your RedNet Ethernet-based audio system and any MADI / AES10 setup. RedNet 6 supports up to 64 channels of both coaxial and optical MADI interfaces and is completely bi-directional: use RedNets high quality interface products with your MADI system or MADI components with your RedNet system. RedNet 6 features an asynchronous sample rate converter (ASRC) on each input and output so you can interface between MADI and RedNet irrespective of the sample rate at which either system is operating. Connect your RedNet system to MADI-based digital consoles, computer cards, converters and much more. In addition to both coax and optical MADI interfaces, RedNet provides Word Clock in and out.

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What is RedNet?
RedNet is Focusrites new flagship range of Ethernet-networked studio interfaces, based around the tried and tested Dante Ethernet audio networking system from Australian developers Audinate. Focusrites RedNet is the first to offer IP network audio interfaces for the recording studio or any application that requires moving high quality audio around with ultra-low latency. RedNet links high channel counts between a range of high-quality remote-controlled interfaces and your audio computer via a standard Ethernet network. RedNet connects with your computer via a low-latency PCIe card or, with RedNets HD Bridge, to Pro Tools HD / HDX / HD Native systems or direct using a virtual soundcard.