JoeCo Blackbox BBR64-Dante Rack 64-Channel Recorder

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JoeCo Blackbox BBR64-Dante Rack 64-Channel Recorder
Key Features
  • Connect to Dante Consoles And Converters
  • Record and Replay Up to 64 Channels
  • Record up to 8 Channels Via Analog In
  • Record Broadcast WAV 24-bit 44.1/48 KHz
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The JoeCo Blackbox BBR64-Dante 64-Channel Rack Recorder (Digital/Analog) is a single space 19" rack mountable recorder designed for attaching to a Dante-capable audio over Ethernet console or converter. The device can then receive up to 64 channels of audio simultaneously and record them as 44.1 or 48 kHz 24-bit Broadcast WAV files directly to a USB 2.0 disk drive, USB 2.0 flash drive, or SDHC card with a USB 2.0 adaptor. Higher sample rates are also available but at reduced track counts. You can also record up to 8 channels directly into the recorder via the analog inputs, such as when you want ambient and audience sounds to accommodate a performance.
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JoeCo BBR64 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Connect to Devices Via Dante Ethernet
  • 3Record up to Eight Channels Via Analog Input
  • 4Record Broadcast WAV 24-bit 44.1/48 KHz
  • 5Record to USB 2.0 Disk, Flash, SDHC Card
  • 6Headphone Monitoring on Pre-Fader Listen Bus
  • 7Lock To or Generate Word Clock
  • 8Playback Lockout and Record Recovery
  • 9Polyphonic Support With iXML

The JoeCo Blackbox BBR64-Dante 64-Channel Rack Recorder (Digital/Analog) is a single space 19" rack mountable recorder designed for attaching to a Dante-capable audio over Ethernet console or converter. The device can then receive up to 64 channels of audio simultaneously and record them as 44.1 or 48 kHz 24-bit Broadcast WAV files directly to a USB 2.0 disk drive, USB 2.0 flash drive, or SDHC card with a USB 2.0 adaptor. Higher sample rates are also available but at reduced track counts. You can also record up to 8 channels directly into the recorder via the analog inputs, such as when you want ambient and audience sounds to accommodate a performance.

The front of the device features a bicolor LED array to indicate the status of each recording channel. Two high-resolution LED meters show you the levels on the pre-fader listen bus which you can listen to using the headphone output on the back of the device. You choose which channels to route to the monitor using a data wheel and back control button on the front of the device. The front panel also features a bank of touch-sensitive control buttons and record, stop, and play transport controls. A display on the front right of the unit indicates time code, recording status, and remaining disk space.

The back of the device features input ports for power, synchronization, controls, SPDIF clocks, word clock, USB 2.0 disk drive, headphones, an 8-channel analog D-sub connector, and the Dante RJ-45 Ethernet I/O port.

Connect to Devices Via Dante Ethernet

The recorder connects to Dante-capable consoles and converters that can transmit up to 64 channels of audio data over a standard Ethernet network via Cat 5 cable

Record up to Eight Channels Via Analog Input

You can record up to eight channels of audio directly into the recorder via the analog input for capturing ambient and audience sounds along with the production. Using the eight analog inputs, the recorder has 56 channels left for audio transmitted through Dante

Record Broadcast WAV 24-bit 44.1/48 KHz

The device can record 16-bit or 24-bit Broadcast WAV files at 44.1 or 48 kHz. Higher sample rates are also possible through an iXML software upgrade, but require a reduced overall channel count

Record to USB 2.0 Disk, Flash, SDHC Card

The device records directly to a removable USB 2.0 disk drive, FAT32-formatted USB 2.0 Flash drive, or an SDHC Card in a USB 2.0 adaptor. Using removable media makes it easy to load and edit recordings in your preferred DAW

Headphone Monitoring on Pre-Fader Listen Bus

You can create headphone mixes of individual channels or pairs through a pre fader listening bus for metering and monitoring

Lock To or Generate Word Clock

The recorder can sync with external word clock or generate its own for time-stamping recordings

Playback Lockout and Record Recovery

The recorder is equipped with fail safe systems such as playback lock-out, that prevents you from playing back a file while recording and recording recovery so that you can regain what was recorded if power is lost to the device

Polyphonic Support With iXML

With an optional software upgrade, the device can support iXML, allowing you to embed metadata such as scene, take, location, and notes into Broadcast WAV files using a standard QWERTY keyboard. Installation of iXML also allows the recorder to capture PolyWAV files for use in television and film post production

JoeCo BBR64 Specs

Control Connectors
I/OStandard Dante Ethernet connection on RJ45 connector
Word clock in or out (switchable BNC)
8 x balanced analog inputs on 25 W D-type (Tascam format)
MIDI1 x 5-pin DIN (open loop) - MIDI time code (MTC) and MIDI machine control (MMC) protocol
Linear Time Code Input1 x 1/4" TRS jack socket
Frame rates supported: 30, 29.97 drop, 29.97 non-drop, 25, 24, and 23.98 fps
Machine Control1 x 9-pin D, Sony PII protocol
SynchronizationAudio clock: 2 x RCA sockets
AES3/SPDIF format, also used for communications to slave units
Foot SwitchMomentary switch on ring of LTC TRS socket
Keyboard1 x mini PS2 connector, standard 102 key
Power9 to 16 VDC (< 25 W) 2.1 mm DC inlet, PSU supplied
Analog Audio Inputs
Levels-10 dBu / +4 dBu switchable
Maximum Input+22 dBu = 0 dBFS
A/D Conversion24-bit, 96 kHz
Signal to Noise Ratio106 dB
THD & Noise96 dB (typical A-weighted)
Analog Audio Outputs
Levels-10 dBu / +4 dBu switchable
Maximum Output Level+22 dBu = 0 dBFS
Digital to Analog Converter24-bit, 96 KHz
Signal to Noise Ratio106 dB
THD + N94 dB (typical A-weighted)
General
Sample Rates44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96 kHz
Bit Depth16-bit and 24-bit
Disk InterfaceUSB2
FormatFAT32
File TypeBroadcast WAV (BWAV)
MediaUSB2 hard disk (7200 rpm recommended)
USB2 flash drive
SDHC
Monitoring1 x 1/4" TRS jack socket
Headphone mix/solo
Rack Mount1U in 19" rack mounted
Dimensions (WxDxH)16.7 x 5.9 x 1.73" (425 x 150 x 44 mm)
Weight< 5.3 lb (< 2.4 kg)
Packaging Info
Package Weight7.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)22.6 x 15.7 x 2.8"
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