SSL Support For Pro Tools Native

New V2 Firmware brings Pro Tools native support to the Delta-Link MADI HD      22/06/11

SSL Support For Pro Tools Native


Solid State Logic has announced the release of new V2 Firmware for the Delta-Link MADI HD. Here's what they have to say about it...
The new V2 Firmware introduces support for Pro Tools® native cards (requires PT V8.5 or higher). The new Firmware also introduces support for longer Dig.Link Cables (certified up to 12ft) between Delta-Link and Pro-Tools® native, Pro-Tools Core® or Pro-Tools Accel Cards®. Delta-Link MADI HD V2.0 Firmware is free and can be downloaded from the SSL web site.
The Delta-Link MADI HD is a professional MADI to Pro Tools HD® converter for Studio, Live and Broadcast Applications. Delta-Link provides simple bi-directional connection via two PT HD Ports and two MADI optical fibre connections. With Delta-Link MADI HD, any optical MADI (Multichannel Audio Digital Interface) based audio equipment like routers (including the SSL MADI-X8), digital mixing consoles and audio converters (including SSL's Alpha-Link series) can be directly interfaced with Pro Tools HD®. Delta-Link provides simplified interconnectivity and significant cost reductions.
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