RDL Rolls Out Two Additions to SysFlex Series
New products deal with digital audio/networked audio interface
August 21, 2017
PRESCOTT, Ariz.—Radio Design Labs has released the SF-DN4 and SF-ND2 products, the latest additions to its SysFlex product series. The SF-DN4 is a digital-audio-to-network interface that converts two left/right digital audio sources to four Dante network audio signals. The SF-ND2 is a network-to-digital-audio interface that converts two Dante network audio signals to left/right digital audio.
RDL has outfitted the SF-DN4 with its Sure-Lok auto-recovery sentinel, which is designed for reliability in digital signal lock. The product supports input sampling rates from 44.1 kHz to 192 kHz and can automatically detect a valid input on S/PDIF optical, S/PDIF coaxial or AES/EBU XLR input jacks. A yellow front-panel Lock LED indicates a valid source received without lock errors.
The SF-ND2, meanwhile, features a switch-selectable output to provide AES/EBU on XLR or coaxial and optical S/PDIF signals. The switch enables the appropriate output jack and any required electrical data format conversion.
Both products are PoE powered and support Dante sample rates of 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz or 96 kHz. Special software is not required for configuration.
RDL has made both the SF-DN4 and SF-ND2 immediately available.