Calrec at CabSat2015

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"CABSAT gives us an important opportunity to meet with our customers, operators, and partners in the Middle Eastern, African, and South Asian markets. Our ability to provide a product that exceeds broadcasters' requirements is a direct result of listening to those who use it. CABSAT is the perfect forum for meeting those people and strengthening those relationships." — Anthony Harrison, International Sales Manager, Calrec Audio

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At CABSAT 2015 Calrec will showcase two new network interface cards for its popular 3U modular Hydra2 I/O box. As the broadcast industry edges further toward complex networked infrastructures, Calrec continues to anticipate demand by increasing its range of modular I/O solutions.

NEW Modular MADI Interface
Visitors to CABSAT 2015 will see Calrec's new MADI interface card for its 3U modular Hydra2 I/O box. The card offers a MADI stream input and output via BNC or SFP fiber, with the ability to stream simultaneously from all outputs. 

The card also offers a user-switchable sample-rate converter (SRC) on both input and output. At 48 kHz it supports I/O up to 64 channels. At 96 kHz it supports I/O up to 32 channels.

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NEW Dante Interface
Also on show at CABSAT 2015 is Calrec's Dante interface, which works in conjunction with Calrec's Hydra2 I/O across the entire range of Calrec Bluefin2 consoles.

The development gives Dante connectivity to every client on a Hydra2 network via a simple, single-width 3U interface card. This provides 64 audio input and 64 audio output channels, with connectivity via dual-redundant RJ45 Ethernet connectors on the card's front panel.

Dante is a proprietary networking technology developed by Audinate and is currently deployed across the globe to interconnect many different kinds of pro-audio equipment.

Company Overview:
Calrec Audio is exclusively dedicated to excellence in audio mixing for on-air and live production. A broadcast specialist for 50 years, Calrec has developed a range of digital consoles relied on by the world's most successful broadcasters. For putting sound in the picture, broadcasters put their trust in Calrec.

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