Nixer Pro Audio explains how to use the routing matrix of the Nixer PD Dante. Route any of the four input sources (Main Mix, Mic/Line, AES in and Test Signal) to any of the six outputs (Headphones/Speakers, Line Out, AES Out and Dante A, B and C). Find out how in their latest video:
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Nixer has recently released V 2.11 for PD Dante! This update includes a new 16 channel horizontal view, an 8 channel view and an updated Dante menu.
The new 16 channel horizontal view replaces the current 16 channel vertical view. Display long Dante channel names (up to 31 characters) and easily scroll up/down via the touch screen. For the 8 channel view, swipe left/right to easily scroll through the channels.
The updated Dante menu features the home unit displayed in blue. Now device sample rates can be changed in most modes and device names can be edited. Of course, this latest V 2.11 update for PD Dante also contains bug fixes.
Find the release notes and installation guide here.
Contact us to learn more about the V 2.11 PD Dante update by Nixer!
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Nixer Pro Audio explains the memory functions of the PD Dante, including editing names, setting Auto Recall and Focus Recall. Also learn how to create & store different routing setups in their informative video!
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The RL64 by Nixer is a 1U 19 inch rack mounted Dante monitoring and mixing unit. The monitor/mixer has two modes of operation.
The mixing mode is capable of mixing up to 64 Dante channels at 48kHz (32 channels at 96kHz). The microphone input (via a headphone connector) and AES input create a 67 into 2 mixer. The second mode is a simple Listen mode. In this mode, touching a channel immediately routes to the LR output and cancels previous selections.
The LR bus’ outputs are presented via inbuilt 4mm x 9mm full range speakers or via a 3.5mm headphone jack. If a headphone jack is inserted, the speakers automatically mute. Simultaneous outputs are available thanks to the stereo balanced line outputs and AES output which are accessed on the rear of the RL64 Dante via XLR connectors. The mix output is routed to the Dante output as well.
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The PLR64K Dante is specifically designed to allow an operator/commentator to access any two independently selectable sources on the Dante network via a simple remote control panel. Each display shows Channel Name and provides an output meter level. Balanced XLR outputs provide feeds to local speakers or headphones. It’s perfect for on-air and live applications where critical confidence monitoring is essential.
This three-part kit consists of the PLR64 Dante, 2 Gang Wall Plate Remote controller and Remote Cable 1.5M D-sub cable.
Typically, the PLR64 is be mounted to a wall or beneath a desk and then wired via the remote cable to the 2 gang wall plate remote controller.
The remote controller allows the independent selection for each output from the incoming Dante stream. Each output displays the selected Dante channel name and output signal level on the OLED display. Channel selection is made via scrolling up/down the available Dante channels via a pair of switches for each output. Each output is presented on a 3 pin male XLR. The signal is electronically balanced and provides +21dBu for 0dBFS of signal level.
Nixer’s 2U 19-inch rack mounted Dante monitoring and diagnostic unit allows for the monitoring of up to 64 Dante channels at 48kHz (or 32 channels at 96kHz).
The signals are available to the user via a 6.35mm headphone jack or via 75mm built-in full range speakers which are mounted in optimized ported cabinets to supply high quality sound. The speakers are automatically muted when a headphone jack is inserted.
Simultaneous outputs are also available in the form of the stereo balanced line outputs and AES output which can be accessed via XLR connectors on the rear of the RD Dante.
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NIXER designs and manufactures high quality and cost effective Dante and AES67 monitoring and diagnostics tools !
NIXER Portable Dante is small portable Dante unit, which allows the monitoring of up to 64 Dante channels at 48kHz (32 channels at 96kHz). The unit is equipped with inbuilt speakers and headphone jack.
Stereo balanced line outputs and AES output are also available via a 15way D-type.
The device is operated and controlled via the large 5.0” colour LCD touch panel.
A simple and elegant intuitive menu allows to access all the features of the Portable Dante very quickly.
The Portable Dante can be powered via PoE or via USB.