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Merging Technologies’ Horus ships

11 April 2012
Merging Technologies’ Horus ships

Merging Technologies has fulfilled backorders for its Horus Networked Audio Converter. Horus is a compact audio converter in a small 2U form factor with extremely low power consumption. Digital audio input connections are MADI and AES/EBU with optional analogue mic and line inputs and for outputs there are MADI, AES/EBU and optional analogue line. Additionally there are connections for LTC, MIDI, RS-422 and GPIO. The final socket is the RJ-45 that connects the RAVENNA IP Audio stream. Once Horus becomes part of a network, the options for control of the audio and routing of channels are increased. Connected to other RAVENNA enabled devices, a system can be connected between any of the units, which then become nodes on the network. “I have always been enormously proud of the quality of our customer base and to have top international broadcasters and multi Grammy award winners putting their trust in our engineering, is really the ultimate accolade,” commented Merging’s President, Claude Cellier. “We believe that the future of networked audio is very bright and will dramatically reduce the cost and complexity of large installations.” C3239

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