Focusrite RedNet HD32R 32-Channel Dante Networks Pro Tools|HD Bridge

Focusrite RedNet HD32R 32-Channel Dante Networks Pro Tools|HD Bridge

Focusrite RedNet HD32R 32-Channel Dante Networks Pro Tools|HD Bridge

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Focusrite REDNET-HD32R overview

  • 1Description

The RedNet HD32R 32-Channel Dante Networks Pro Tools|HD Bridge from Focusrite is a 1U, 19-inch rack-mount Dante interface that allows Pro Tools|HD users direct access to the full benefits of the Dante digital audio networking system. This includes its very flexible network topology and high-quality audio interfaces. The Pro Tools system is connected to the HD32R via standard Mini DigiLink ports.

The HD32R utilizes dual Ethernet ports with the provided locking etherCON connectors, and several operating modes, including daisy-chaining and redundancy, which are confirmed by front-panel indicators. Two separate power supplies with fault detection capability are included, with separate power input sockets (with retaining clips) on the rear of the unit. Additionally, its power status is indicated both remotely and on the front panel.

The HD32R features a rugged, roadworthy exterior and high internal build quality. In addition, it offers a compact 1U rack-mount form factor for a full 32 channels of I/O.

Focusrite's RedNet was the first to offer IP networked audio interfaces for recording studios, education, live sound, and broadcast workflows, combining suitable audio interfaces with the time-tested reliability of the Dante Ethernet-based audio networking system from Audinate. Dante has been in use in the live sound industry for years in exacting applications without missing a single sample.

Dante networking offers a powerful combination of features that make it particularly useful for any Pro Tools|HD production environment. Focusrite's well-respected DC-coupled mic preamplifiers and exacting digital conversion helps to ensure a very high audio quality I/O, while Dante allows it to interoperate fully with Pro Tools|HD and Pro Tools|HDX.

Ethernet-based audio networking technology makes the need for complex, bulky and expensive analogue multi-way cables a thing of the past. Connected to Pro Tools|HD with RedNet HD32R, audio interfaces can be conveniently located anywhere an Ethernet port is available.

The HD32R acts as a 64-channel (32 in/32 out) digital break in/out box, operating in the same way as a standard interface, and supporting a wide range of Pro Tools|HDX and HD cards. Supported Pro Tools systems include Pro Tools|HDX, Pro Tools|HD Native, Pro Tools|HD Native Thunderbolt, and Pro Tools|HD TDM. Up to six HD32R modules can be used with a Pro Tools|HDX system and three with Pro Tools|HD, allowing the maximum channel count for either. Simply connect theHD32R to Pro Tools|HD with standard Mini DigiLink connectors. Furthermore, the 32-channel bridge allows the use of the low-latency performance of Pro Tools|HD cards in place of a RedNet PCIe card, bringing the full benefits of Dante audio-over IP networking and the RedNet product range to a Pro Tools|HD system. The entire range of Dante-compatible products including the RedNet analogue and digital interfaces can then be used with a Pro Tools|HD system, all connected via Ethernet cable.

Finally, from complex multi-room systems to single installations, Dante and RedNet offer the ability to create a sophisticated and comprehensive high-quality audio production environment around a standard Ethernet network, with HD32R providing the bridge to any Pro Tools|HD system. Assign any available Dante source or destination via HD32R and it appears in Pro Tools exactly as it would with any other Pro Tools-compatible interface, maintaining traditional Pro Tools workflows.

Allows Dante Ethernet-based audio networking products to interoperate fully with Pro Tools|HD and Pro Tools|HDX
Ethernet and power supply redundancy with auto switchover in case of failure and locking connectors
Provides the vital link to create an extensive high-quality audio network based on standard Cat 5e or Cat 6 wiring, bringing the latest advances in digital audio networking to Pro Tools|HD
Cost-effectively increase audio I/O quality and flexibility with RedNet interfaces
Permits multiple workstations to access the same interface hardware and I/O
No changes to Pro Tools workflow required – simple, logical assignment of RedNet I/O to Pro Tools|HD inputs and outputs
Up to 32 I/O with Pro Tools|HD over single DigiLink connection per RedNet HD32R
Additional Avid/Digidesign interfaces may be connected to expansion ports
Upgrade to RedNet interfaces while remaining fully compatible with TDM- or AAX-DSP-based plug-ins and saved sessions
UPC: 815301013112
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Focusrite RedNet HD32R 32-Channel Dante Networks Pro Tools|HD Bridge
  • 2 x IEC AC Mains Cables
  • 2 x IEC Mains Cable Retaining Clips
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
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    Focusrite REDNET-HD32R specs

    Connectors (Rear Panel) 2 x etherCON locking Ethernet connectors ( compatible with standard RJ45 connectors)
    2 x BNC Word Clock In and Out (with switchable 75 ohm input termination)
    2 x BNC Loop Sync I/O (75 ohm port)
    2 x Mini DigiLink connectors to/from Pro Tools|HD system (Primary and Expansion)
    2 x IEC power inputs (with retaining clips)
    Controls Power on/off
    Digital Performance Clock Sources: Internal, Word Clock, Loop Sync (master or slave) or from Dante Network Master
    Sample Rates: 44.1 / 48 / 88.2 / 96 / 176.4 / 192 kHz (-4 / -0.1 / +0.1 / +4.167%) at 24 bit
    Ext. Word Clock Range: nominal sample rate ±7.5%
    Indicators Primary PSU (A): Green LED – Illuminates when an AC input is applied and all DC outputs are present.
    Primary PSU (B): Green LED – Illuminates when an AC input is applied and all DC outputs are present.
    Primary Network: Green LED – Indicates that a network connection is present on primary port when in redundant mode. When in Switched mode, a valid network connection at either Primary or Secondary network port will cause this LED to illuminate.
    Secondary Network: Green LED – Indicates that a network connection is present on secondary port when in redundant mode. Not used in switched mode.
    Network Locked: Green LED – When unit is network slave, shows valid network lock. When network master, shows lock to indicated clock source. Flashing indicates external clock is selected but not connected.
    Sample Rate: Orange LED – For each: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, x2, x4.
    Pull Up/Down: Orange LED – Indicates unit is set to operate on a Dante pull up/down domain.
    Signal Indicators: 16 x Green LEDs, 8 input/8 output indicators. Illuminate @ -126 dBFS.
    Clock Source: Orange LED for each – Internal, Word Clock, Loop Sync and DAW Master.
    Network Modes Redundant: Allows unit to connect two independent networks
    Switched: Connects both ports to integrated network switch, allowing daisy-chaining of device
    Supported Systems Pro Tools|HD PCIe
    Pro Tools|HDX
    Pro Tools|HD Native PCIe
    Pro Tools|HD Native Thunderbolt
    System Requirements Requires Pro Tools|HD 8.0 and up
    PSU 2 x internal; IEC inputs, 100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
    Apparent Power: 30 VA
    Dimensions (H x W x D) 1.75 x 19 x 10.35" (44.5 x 482.6 x 263 mm)
    Weight 8.6 lb (3.9 kg)
    Packaging Inforaqbuqeaecetwy
    Package Weight 12.25 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 24.0 x 15.433 x 4.567"

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