RedNet 5 connects RedNet systems to Pro Tools HD. Up to six units can be connected to one ProTools HDX system, supporting 192 channels at 96 kHz and 96 channels at 192 kHz. RedNet 5 also supports Pro Tools HD Native and Pro Toos HD (TDM).
■ Audio interface
With RedNet 5, you can use your RedNet devices as inputs and outputs for Pro Tools, so you don't need a RedNet PCIe card in this case.
Key features and performance:
・ Upgrade existing system with RedNet interface.
・ 32 channels of input and output per RedNet 5 for audio transfer between RedNet and ProTools HD systems.
・ By connecting up to six RedNet 5, up to 192 inputs / outputs can be supported by ProTools HDX.
・ It can easily be added to existing Pro Tools systems, treating RedNet inputs and outputs as ProTools HD inputs and outputs.
・ Compatible with Pro Tools HD TDM system.
■ What is RedNet?
RedNet is Focusrite's brand new professional audio interface. Focusrite's hardware, which adopts the new generation transmission standard "Dante" for multi-channel audio, has free system design and high reliability, has the quality required for live PA, equipment sound and recording systems.
RedNet can handle up to 256 inputs and outputs of digital audio using common IP-based Ethernet devices. It can be used in combination with many partner companies' products that support the Dante protocol as well as stand-alone system design. This not only supports system construction in live PAs, broadcast stations, and recording studios, but also supports equipment sounds such as conference systems and building broadcast systems.
RedNet can be configured with a low-latency PCIe card or virtual sound card *, and can also be connected to ProTools HD / HDX / HD Native systems and MADI systems.
* Latency depends on your system environment and sampling rate settings.
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