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Pro Tools|HD Digital I/O release

Discussion in 'Pro Tools' started by Darren@dixondigital.com, Apr 4, 2002.

  1. Howdy Everybody,

    Just wanted to let everybody know that the new Digital I/O for Digi has just been released.

    It is expected to ship 4-15-02. Here is some preliminary info on it.

    192 Digital I/O: 24-Bit/192 kHz Multi-Channel Digital Audio Interface
    Embodying the ideal all-digital interface to Pro Tools|HD is the 192 Digital I/O™ — a
    high-definition, 24-bit/192 kHz-capable, multi-channel audio interface specifically
    designed to facilitate digital input from a variety of sources into the Pro Tools|HD
    environment.
    192 Digital I/O features a wide range of digital I/O options, including up to 16 channels
    of AES/EBU, TDIF and ADAT I/O, along with S/PDIF I/O — making this interface
    perfect for streaming digital signals into Pro Tools|HD using your favorite external
    converters.
    192 Digital I/O offers the following features:
    • Supports up to 16 simultaneous channels of AES/EBU I/O at 96 kHz
    • Supports up to 8 simultaneous channels of AES/EBU I/O at 192 kHz
    • Extremely flexible digital I/O: 16 channels of AES/EBU, TDIF, ADAT I/O; 2
    additional channels of AES/EBU or S/PDIF digital I/O; 8 additional channels of
    ADAT optical or 2 channels of optical S/PDIF I/O
    • Switchable, real-time sample rate conversion on digital inputs allows easy
    streaming of digital signals at any sample rate
    • Word (1x) and Slave Clock (256x) input/output
    • Expansion Port allows for direct connection of another 192 Digital I/O, 192 I/O or
    96 I/O
    • Legacy Peripheral Port allows for connection of 888|24, 882|20, 1622, or 24-Bit
    ADAT Bridge I/Os*
    * At 48 kHz or lower sample rate

    It will list for $2495. I'll post more later today, and update my website with all the details so everybody can check it out.

    Darren
    http://www.dixondigital.com
     
  2. Irene

    Irene Guest

    Wow thanks for the info Darren-have you got pictures?? I'll have to check your site later.

    I think I'll get one.

    I'm surprised Digi got this together so quickly-and well before the upgrade time too!!

    Renie
     
  3. Renie,

    You are very welcome! I just got the info and I thought you and everybody else on this forum would love to know. I know it was a hot topic earlier.

    I should have some info up later today. I don't have any pictures yet, but I'll let you know if and when I do.

    Darren
    http://www.dixondigital.com
     
  4. bsalinas

    bsalinas Active Member

    What are the exchange prices for Peripherals like the adat bridge?
     
  5. Irene

    Irene Guest

    cheers! :)
     
  6. Hello again,

    The exchange prices haven't been released as of yet. I'll let you know when I find something out. I'll post it on our website, and I'll try to get it here timely too.

    Digi has also released info on an HD Sonic Solutions No Noise plug in. Very Cool! I'll try to put more up our website this week end so if that sounds appealing check it out.

    Oh! by the way I've put some more info on the Digital I/O on the site, with an FAQ section.

    Darren
    http://www.dixondigital.com
     
  7. bsalinas

    bsalinas Active Member

    From your FAQ

    "Q: Does the 192 Digital I/O support SMUX across the optical ports?

    A: Not at this time."

    Does this mean SMUX will be available with a future software update?
     
  8. Greg Malcangi

    Greg Malcangi Member

    Tightbeats,

    I'm not 100% sure but I would think that SMUX is a hardware setup rather than just a software configuration.

    Greg
     
  9. bsalinas

    bsalinas Active Member

    Thanks for responding Greg.

    According to the Q & A I copied from Darren site it sounds like S/MUX will come later. If true then the hardware has to be capable and the software has to be programmed to do it. I figured if it was going to happen the hardware must already have the ability. I really just want to know if S/MUX is going to be available.
     

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