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Mini-YGDAI cards offer a multitude of I/O and processing options

More than 30 types of Mini-YGDAI card can be used with the RSio64-D. Not only I/O cards that handle formats like AES/EBU or ADAT, but processing cards that provide capabilities such as Lake processing and Dan Dugan automatic mixing as well.

The supported Mini-YGADAI cards.
The supported combination of Mini-YGDAI cards.

Seven general routing presets, including routing between Mini-YGDAI cards

To make the RSio64-D even more convenient and easy to use as a format converter and router, presets for seven basic routing patterns are built in, including routing between Mini-YGDAI cards. A rotary switch on the front panel allows direct selection of one-to-one Dante/Mini-YGDAI routing, branched Mini-YGDAI/Mini-YGDAI routing, and other options designed to suit a variety of applications. One programmable user setup is also provided.

Seven preset audio routing patterns.

Supports matrix patching from R Remote V3 or a CL/QL series console

Used with the R Remote software application or a CL or QL series console, matrix patching is supported so that more complex routing can be set up as required.

Sample rate converters for all four Mini-YGDAI slots

Word clock synchronization becomes an issue when interfacing between different audio formats. Each Mini-YGDAI slot includes a sample rate converter (SRC) so that devices operating on different word clocks can be connected without causing noise or signal interruptions.

EXT DC INPUT for redundant power supplies

In addition to the main AC IN connector, an external +24V DC power source can be connected to an XLR-4-32 type EXT DC INPUT connector to serve as a backup for the primary internal power supply. The main AC input also features a latched socket (V-Lock) that helps to prevent accidental disconnection.

Supports Dante redundancy

Reliability is excellent too, with full support for Dante primary and secondary network redundancy that can contributes to solid, uninterruptable infrastructure. Accidental cable disconnection or network switch failure will not disrupt network operation or interrupt the audio signal. In cases where redundancy is not required, the primary and secondary ports can be switched for quick, easy daisy-chain connection.

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