Neutrik Introduces Dante I/O Interface

Neutrik has introduced an end-of-network device that integrates analog signal devices within Dante-based AoIP networks.

With two line level analog inputs and two line level outputs, the Neutrik NA2-IO-DLINE can simultaneously integrate two analog audio channels within a Dante network and output a Dante stream as two analog channels.

The NA2-IO-DLINE is optimized for use in extreme environments and applications. The unit is equipped with lockable etherCON connections for audio and network I/O, and comes wrapped in a highly protective rubber casing for stand-alone deployment.

This casing can be removed to allow the device to be used with optional mounting brackets or a rack panel. It can be mounted below tables, in floor boxes or in equipment racks for fixed installation applications.

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