The ML-16D Dante / Analog Converter from Tascam is a Dante-focused converter designed to insert or extract analog audio into or out of a Dante (Digital Audio Network Through Ethernet) network using external breakout devices that utilize D-Sub format connectors.
The Tascam ML-16D has two D-Sub inputs and two D-Sub outputs, that can be used to connect several devices that utilize D-Sub connectors such as microphone preamplifiers, console mixers, audio interfaces, amplifiers, and other audio devices.
Furthermore, the Dante protocol provides uncompressed, multi-channel, low-latency digital audio over a standard Ethernet network and supports up to 1024 channels of 32-bit / 192 kHz audio over a Cat 5/6 Ethernet system.
Dante-focused interface for connection of external audio in or out of a Dante audio network.
16-channel analog line input and 16 analog line outputs (48 kHz / 96 kHz) using 4 D-Sub connectors.
Dual redundant Ethernet jacks which support both primary and secondary connections.
Up to 24-bit / 96 kHz quality.
LED display for signal level and overload per input/output channel.
Reference level dip switches for selectable dBu level metering.
Firmware updatable via Dante port.
AES67 and Revenna compatible.