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DirectOut expands Prodigy series

DirectOut expands Prodigy series

DirectOut expands Prodigy series

The Prodigy.MP shares the same 2U mainframe and modular design as Prodigy.MC but adds FPGA-based DSP for EQ, delays and summing matrices

Following the launch of Prodigy.MC, DirectOut has released a second member of the Prodigy Series in the form of Prodigy.MP, a multifunction audio processor that shares the same 2U mainframe and modular design as Prodigy.MC but adds FPGA-based DSP for EQ, delays and summing matrices. Prodigy.MC is also described as offering greater flexibility in heterogenous systems and independent clocking by adding SRC capabilities.

The unit has four converter slots for analogue line level, microphone input and AES3 option modules, providing up to 32 local inputs and outputs. The hardware also supports two MADI and two Network Audio options. The MADI slots are available as BNC, SC optical and SFP modules, while two optional Network Audio boards can be equipped with Dante, Ravenna (AES67) or SoundGrid, increasing maximum channel capability to 416 inputs/420 outputs.

Both Prodigy.MC and Prodigy.MP can be controlled locally via a 5-inch touchscreen on the front panel or via globcon. Prodigy.MP can also be accessed via its integrated web server, with remote access via HTML and a JavaScript-based user interface. Third-party, remote-control protocols may also be added for increased system integration and signal management capabilities.

In other news, DirectOut has implemented DO.Net daemon to its EXBOX.MD Dante/MADI interface to allow users to remotely access and control the entire Andiamo Series. DO.Net is a technology based on a multicast system that transmits the control protocol within the MADI signal going from the EXBOX.MD to the connected Andiamo devices and allows users to remotely access and control them over a local network. Once the function is activated and set, available Andiamo devices automatically appear in globcon and are fully manageable from the software along with all other devices connected to the same network. The latest globcon beta, released at the same time, also introduces source selection (auto/manual) and MIDI triggering to EARS, the automatic input switching function of the EXBOX.MD.

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