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Ferrofish Verto64 64-Channel ADAT/Dante Format Converter

BH #FEVERTO64 • MFR #VERTO 64
Ferrofish Verto64 64-Channel ADAT/Dante Format Converter
Key Features
  • Converts ADAT to Dante & Dante to ADAT
  • 64 Channels of Digital I/O
  • Supports Sample Rates up to 96 kHz
  • 8 x TOSLINK Optical ADAT Inputs
The Ferrofish Verto64 is a 64-channel ADAT/Dante format converter offering a compact solution for interfacing ADAT-capable gear into your Dante audio network. Ideal for broadcast, television, and live stage applications, it converts ADAT signals to Dante format, and Dante channels to ADAT streams. The Verto64 has eight TOSLINK optical ADAT inputs and outputs, and two RJ45 Dante ports, allowing easy hookup to your existing equipment. It supports sample rates up to 96 kHz, and accommodates up to 64 channels of digital I/O.

Use the BNC word clock jacks for proper synchronization with other digital devices such as a master clock or A/D-D/A converter. Remote control of the Verto64 is possible using MIDI messages via the MIDI input or Dante network. Front-panel LEDs indicate the status of power, Dante connection, and ADAT sync. Power the half-width 1 RU Verto64 via the included 12V power supply.

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Number of Channels
32 I/O
64 I/O

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Ferrofish VERTO64 Overview

The Ferrofish Verto64 is a 64-channel ADAT/Dante format converter offering a compact solution for interfacing ADAT-capable gear into your Dante audio network. Ideal for broadcast, television, and live stage applications, it converts ADAT signals to Dante format, and Dante channels to ADAT streams. The Verto64 has eight TOSLINK optical ADAT inputs and outputs, and two RJ45 Dante ports, allowing easy hookup to your existing equipment. It supports sample rates up to 96 kHz, and accommodates up to 64 channels of digital I/O.

Use the BNC word clock jacks for proper synchronization with other digital devices such as a master clock or A/D-D/A converter. Remote control of the Verto64 is possible using MIDI messages via the MIDI input or Dante network. Front-panel LEDs indicate the status of power, Dante connection, and ADAT sync. Power the half-width 1 RU Verto64 via the included 12V power supply.

Compact enclosure occupies 1 RU height and half-rack width
Converts ADAT digital input signals to Dante network output
Converts audio channels from your Dante network to ADAT digital outputs
BNC word clock I/O for synchronization with external devices
Remotely controllable using MIDI messages via MIDI input or Dante network
Front-panel indicators for power, Dante, and ADAT status
Fanless, low heat-generating design

Ferrofish VERTO64 Specs

Form FactorTabletop
Converter TypeFormat Converter
Number of Channels64 (at 48 kHz)
32 (at 96 kHz)
Conversion FormatsADAT, Dante
Connectivity
Digital Audio I/O8 x TOSLINK Optical ADAT Input
8 x TOSLINK Optical ADAT Output
Sync I/O1 x BNC Word Clock Input
1 x BNC Word Clock Output
Network I/O2 x RJ45 Dante
MIDI I/O1 x DIN 5-Pin Input
1 x DIN 5-Pin Output
Digital Audio
Sample Rates44.1 to 96 kHz
ClockingWord Clock:
Input Termination: 75 Ohms
Power
Power RequirementsAC/DC Power Adapter (Included)
AC/DC Power Adapter12 VDC (Included)
Current Consumption1.2 A
Physical
Operating Humidity0 to 75%
Operating Temperature41 to 113°F / 5 to 45°C
Dimensions8.7 x 3.5 x 1.8" / 22 x 9 x 4.5 cm
Weight2.0 lb / 0.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight3.48 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.2 x 9.7 x 3.9"

Ferrofish VERTO64 Reviews

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Do the toslink inputs support a standard SPDIF ...

Do the toslink inputs support a standard SPDIF stereo data stream, e.g. from a CD player?
Asked by: Luca
Yes, the Toslink inputs on the Ferrofish Verto 64 support ADAT format and can be used to connect standard SPDIF stereo data from a CD player.
Answered by: Lisa
Date published: 2021-09-20

How much latency does the Adat to Dante ...

How much latency does the Adat to Dante conversion introduce? And how much latency is expected end to end between devices?
Asked by: Philipp
The Verto units do not have any buffering, so latency is very low. It's only 3 samples of latency for the digital format conversion inside the unit.
Answered by: Synthax US
Date published: 2021-10-07
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