User Manual for Radial Engineering DiNET DAN-TX2 2-Channel Dante Network Transmitter Click to enlarge the picture
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- Product category: Networked Audio Systems Radial Engineering
- Brand: Radial Engineering
- Description and content of package
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- Frequently asked questions – FAQ
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Product description Conveniently route a stereo analog line-level source into your Dante or AES67 audio network with the Radial Engineering DiNET DAN-TX2, a compact two-channel Dante network transmitter designed for use in live sound, broadcast, and high-tech studio productions. The DAN-TX2 offers linkable trim controls and -18 dB pads for simple management of your gain stage, and a host of LEDs for indication of signal status, power, sync, and more.Connect a balanced line-level signal from a mixer or audio interface to the XLR-1/4” combo jacks, or hook up an unbalanced source, such as a CD player or mobile device, to the RCA or 3.5mm inputs. The built-in, high-resolution A/D converter outputs Dante-/AES67-compliant digital signal at up to 24-bit / 96 kHz resolution to the locking etherCON jack, allowing easy integration into your audio network.The DiNET DAN-TX2 features a powder-coated, 14-gauge steel enclosure for rugged durability and tour-worthy dependability. Power can be supplied via the included 15 VDC power supply or PoE (Power over Ethernet).
UPC: 676101044795 In the Box Radial Engineering DiNET DAN-TX2 2-Channel Dante Network Transmitter 15 VDC Power Supply Limited 3-Year Warranty Table of Contents
- Converts a stereo analog line-level source to a digital Dante/AES67 output
- Accepts line-level inputs via XLR-1/4” combo jacks, RCA coaxial inputs, or a 3.5mm mini jack
- Built-in A/D converter supports resolutions up to 24-bit / 96 kHz
- Locking etherCON output easily connects to a Dante or AES67 audio network via a Cat5e or Cat6 Ethernet cable (available separately)
- Linkable trim controls provide adjustable gain (up to 10 dB of boost or cut)
- Switchable -18 dB pad mitigates distortion when routing high-level sources
- LED indicators for signal presence, clipping, power, sync, and Dante processor status
- Integrated cable clamp secures power supply cable to prevent accidental disconnection
- Supports operation via PoE or the included power supply
- Sturdy 14-gauge steel enclosure finished in a durable powder coat
- Nonslip pad provides electrical and mechanical isolation and keeps the unit from sliding around
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Radial Engineering DAN-TX2 Specs
| ADC || 2-Channel |
| Sample Rates || Up to 96 kHz |
| Bit Depth || 24-Bit |
| Analog Inputs || 2 x XLR-1/4" Combo Jacks (Balanced, Stereo Pair) |
2 x RCA Coaxial (Unbalanced, Stereo Pair)
1 x 1/8" / 3.5 mm TRS Stereo Mini Jack
| Digital Outputs || 1 x RJ45 etherCON |
| Input Impedance || Balanced: 40 kOhms |
Unbalanced: 20 kOhms
| Frequency Response || 20 Hz to 20 kHz |
| Noise || Idle Channel: -108 dB |
| Dynamic Range || >103 dB |
| Channel Separation || >85 dB |
| Maximum Input Level || +28 dBu |
| Equivalent Input Noise || -98 dB |
| THD + N || 0.008% at -6 dBFS |
| IMD || 0.0017% at -10 dBFS |
| Controls || Trim per Channel |
-18 dB Pad per Channel
| Power Consumption || 1.25 W |
| Power Requirements || 15 VDC, 400 mA Power Adapter or PoE (Class 1 IEEE 802.3af) |
| Operating Temperature || 41 to 104°F / 5 to 40°C |
| Approvals || FCC Part 15B Class A |
| Construction Material || Powder-Coated 14-Gauge Steel |
| Dimensions (L x W x D) || 4.5 x 2.0 x 6.0" / 11.4 x 5.1 x 15.2 cm |
| Weight || Not Specified by Manufacturer |
| Package Weight || 2.535 lb |
| Box Dimensions (LxWxH) || 11.8 x 4.9 x 2.7" |
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