Dante™ enabled products: DIO1616MA/XLR, DIO8008R, DIO816AES, DPM802, DCD2020.
Also VT12DE monitor unit and dBbox2.



The DIO1616MA is a Dante interface unit converting sixteen analogue microphone or line level inputs to network streams and network streams to sixteen line level analogue outputs. All microphone/line level inputs have adjustable gain from +65dB to -12dB and the analogue outputs from +12dB to -12dB. The unit can also operate in AES67 mode.

There are two versions of the DIO1616MA, the 2RU XLR version primarily for use as a stage box and the 1RU version for hard wired installation.


Phantom power (48volt) may be selected to each microphone input with front panel indicators on the XLR version. Network connections may be copper and/or fibre and the unit includes full network redundancy. The DIO1616MA is PoE enabled so may be operated with or without a mains supply. All level control and phantom switching is adjusted using the built in web server. The unit operates at sample rates of 48kHz and 96kHz.


More details on the DIO1616MA/XLR here


The DCD2020 is a Dante enabled Commentary box supporting 2+1 commentators. Network connection may be fibre or copper and it has full network redundancy. Mic gains and other adjustments may be made on the local lockable LCD screen or remotely via the DCD2020's web page.
In addition to the commentary box functions there is a built in Dante breakout box with six analogue inputs and eight analogue outputs. Our firmware update to v2.0 includes level controls on all analogue I/O and each one may be assigned to network or local functions. The DCD2020 can even be used as if it was a stand alone analogue unit with no network connection. With 240V mains, 12 volt and PoE powering and a built in ethernet switch the DCD2020 can truly be the hub of your commentary system.


More details on the DCD2020 here


The DIO8008R is a Dante enabled control unit for switching audio sources/destinations under Command Line Interface (CLI) or Telnet control. The unit is highly suitable for automated switching and is especially suitable for use within radio station infrastructure.







More details on the DIO8008R here


The DIO816AES is a simple and inexpensive way to get your AES audio into and out of the Dante or AES67 network. The unit has eight stereo AES inputs and eight stereo AES outputs with level controls. It can handle 48kHz and 96kHz AES sample rates and includes a secondary port for Dante Redundancy or a switch output. Now with issue 2 firmware, the DIO816AES also operates with 48kHz and 96kHz Dante or AES67 networks.







Both ports include network activity LEDs. Level and operational adjustments are made using the DIO816AES web page.


More details on the DIO816AES here


The DPM802 is a Dante enabled PoE Production monitor unit with eight Dante stereo inputs, one analogue stereo input and both Dante and analogue stereo outputs. The unit includes up to eight frames of programmable stereo delay plus cut, dim and a volume control.







The DPM802 has many features that may be programmed via its web page including key colours, delay time, input gains and remote control functions.


More details on the DPM802 here


De-embedding monitor unit also with two AES and two analogue stereo inputs.







More details on the VT12DE here



Our latest firmware update is version 2.0
This update adds many more facilities and features to the dBbox2 and is free of charge to all dBbox2 owners.
Please see our Support page for more information.




The new dBbox2 with all the features of the original dBbox and many, many more. Now supplied with our version 2.0 firmware with even more facilities.

We have added a purpose designed machined extruded aluminium case, smaller than the original. Stereo analogue inputs and outputs, pink noise generator, SPDIF support, 1/4 inch and 3.5mm headphone jacks, mini USB power input, tone sweep, GLITS tone, EBU tone, analogue to digital and digital to analogue conversion and more.


More details on the dBbox2 here




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