31 January 2009

AudioRail ADAT rx32tx32

My friend Hanz found a solution for a problem that I had for transporting ADAT over UTP. He found these very nice converters that can transport 4 ADAT inputs and outputs over a single UTP cable. And since I have them around the studio it is very easy to patch and ADAT from my main desk to one of these machines further away. And I think they do this for a reasonable price. If you are interested you can find more information on the AudioRail website at http://www.audiorail.com/
You can order there directly and they do ship World Wide. I haven't tested them yet, but I will start cabling ADAT in the studio very soon and then I will know how they operate. It doesn't look all that diffucult. But this is surely convinient.

3 comments:

Dustin Jones said...

Hello,

I'm very interested to hear your impressions of the r32tx32. We're considering this unit for our facility (a small theater) to move audio upstairs for a multitrack recording setup.

If the unit works as advertised, it would be the perfect solution.

Synth.nl said...

Hi Dustin,

It works like a charm here. No problems at all.

Michel

roffez said...

This one may be an alternative, cheaper and more flexible in terms of Rx/Tx channel selection.