Renegade Labs Intros Multi-Channel Audio Monitoring With Audio-Over-IP Support

At this year’s NAB 2016 Show, Renegade Labs will spotlight its new multi-channel audio monitoring solutions that help manage multiple channels of audio from a SD/HD/M3G SDI stream. The M3G series, including models M3G and the M3G-XT—comes standard with eight professional balanced analog line-level outputs and includes an optional output module slot for additional digital or analog outputs.

Headphone outputs can be used to monitor the audio separate from the main outputs and an auxiliary stereo analog input is included for monitoring PC or mobile devices.

The Renegade Labs' M3G-XT includes the same feature set as the M3G, with the ability to add an optional I/O module that can be an additional SDI input for doing A/B comparisons of dual SDI streams, a Dante Audio over IP module with AES67 support for monitoring and converting SDI audio to networked audio, an AES Digital, or an Analog audio input module. The M3G-XT also includes digital audio delay processing to compensate for lip-sync issues.

Other M3G/M3G-XT features include a SD/HD/3G auto-detect SDI input with an active loopthrough output. Monitor output enable buttons that allow for quick solos of the audio channels and a monitor level control with unity indicator for easy adjustment of all eight outputs. A 2-channel monitor mode allows for monitoring the embedded SDI audio in stereo pairs. Eight non-volatile memory registers are provided for the saving/recalling of system setups. A PC App allows for full remote control of monitoring functions via USB along with RS-232 and GPI triggers for additional remote control abilities. LED indicators for SDI Group Status and pre-fade audio levels.

Renegade Labs’ products include a line of digital audio mixers with the ability to handle Audio-over-IP, SDI Embedding/De-Embedding, AES and Analog audio along with Loudness Measurement and extensive metering options.

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