MESSE 2016: Radial's New Products May Rock Your World

     06/04/16

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Buying Choices

Radial Engineering make a variety of interesting products for the audio profressional. At NAMM this year they introduced a number more. We had a look at them here in a grand tour type of setup.

One of the really interesting boxes was the Key Largo, a quality stereo line mixer with additional USB input for keyboard mixes and suchlike.

Here's what else we looked at:

BT-Pro™ Bluetooth® Direct Box

Automatically pairs with Bluetooth® transmissions from laptops, iPhones and tablets to enable wireless connection to the PA system via balanced outputs. Unique top-side antennae reduces interference allowing reception distances of 15 meters (50').

MAP: $229.99 USD

DiNET™ Network direct box with Dante™
A 'world first'! Dante™ enabled direct boxes: The DiNET DAN-RX includes a 24bit/96kHZ digital to analog endpoint that allows the user to output audio from a Dante™ network to stereo systems. The DiNET DAN-TX allows the user to connect instruments or line level sources directly to networked audio systems using the Dante™ protocol.

MAP: TBC

Catapult™ 4-channel Cat-5 Audio Snake

A four channel audio snake that lets you send analog and AES digital audio signals over standard Cat-5 shielded twisted pair cable. This enables system contractors to take advantage of pre-wired networks to connect one room to another and allows stage techs to take advantage of the relatively low cost of this abundantly available cable for return snakes or for transporting channels of balanced audio across a large stage.

MAP: $139.99 - $229.99 USD


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