BVE is the launch pad for three new MADI fibre optical to MADI coaxial converters and transceivers.
MADI (Multichannel Audio Digital Interface) is a bi-directional protocol that transmits multi-channel audio over coax or fibre optic lines. The interface is commonly used on today’s digital multi-track recorders, digital live sound mixers, and digital performance systems that use multi-track technology.
LYNX Technik’s three new yellobriks for MADI, demonstrated here at the show, allow for the transmission and extension of audio over long distances. They perform very long cable runs in real time with zero degradation of signal quality; up to 10Km (6.2 miles) with the standard fibre models, and up to 40Km (24.8 miles) with the CWDM fibre model.
According to the company, the modules are designed to convert up to 64 audio channels bi-directionally (64 in and 64 out) between MADI Optical and MADI Coaxial (electrical) formats.
As with all yellobrik modules, these are hot swappable and rack mountable on the yellobrik RFR 1000 1RI rack frame.