Lectrosonics DNT BOB 88 Dante Breakout Box
Lectrosonics says the new DNT BOB 88 Dante Breakout Box is designed to support its ASPEN Dante network processor, as well as other Dante hardware.

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The DNT BOB 88 Dante Breakout Box from Lectrosonics is an 8x8 audio interface device that can be used to manage signals on a Dante-based audio network.
February 19, 2013 By CI Staff

Over the past few years the commercial A/V has made enormous strides in the field of digital audio. Today, manufacturers such as the N.M.-based company Lectrosonics can introduce products that support the advancement of digital audio for a wider array of usages.

The Skinny: Showing its commitment to the digital audio market, Lectrosonics recently announced its latest product the DNT BOB 88 Dante Breakout Box.

The Specs: Lectrosonics says the DNT BOB 88 complements its ASPEN Dante Network Processor and it can be used with other Dante network products. The company explains the unit takes the signals from its analog inputs and converts them to digital signals to facilitate their transmission on a Dante Network as transit channels. The 8x8 audio interface appears on a network as a separate device and it operates as a native Dante product with automatic device discovery and clock configuration via standard Ethernet hardware. The Lectrosonic audio interface features eight balanced line analog inputs, eight balanced line level analog outputs, Dante primary and secondary ports, eight Dante network outputs and eight Dante network inputs. Lectrosonics adds the DNT BOB 88 Dante Breakout Box is also gigabit compatible and Audio Video Bridging (AVB) ready.

Solutions: Lectrosonics says the DNT BOB 88 Dante Breakout Box can be used for bidirectional digital snake for stage productions, sending audio to a remote recording location or sending audio content to remote amplifiers and loudspeakers within a large venue.

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