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UNiKA offers a network-friendly route

UNiKA offers a network-friendly route
NBB-0202

UNiKA offers a network-friendly route

The NBB-0202 supports the IEEE 802.3 network standard up to Layer 3

UNiKA’s NBB-0202 transceiver has been built to transmit 2x2 audio to and from a Dante network. By adopting Dante capabilities, the manufacturer states that it is very network friendly with ‘unlimited’ flexibility when it comes to deployment. With a sturdy metal chassis and front panel design, it can be mounted into standard 19-inch racks.

The NBB-0202 supports the IEEE 802.3 network standard up to Layer 3, enabling the use of off-the-shelf Ethernet switches and facilitating the immediate transport of streaming audio via an existing network. It comes with a pair of Ethernet ports that allow several NBB-0202 units to be connected using the same network link.

Due to its Dante capabilities, the NBB-0202 can be configured via Audinate’s Dante Controller software on a PC. Meanwhile, the Dante Virtual Soundcard software can be employed to stream stereo audio between a user’s DAW software and the NBB-0202. Audio is encoded and decoded with an uncompressed 24-bit PCM encoder/decoder in sample rates of 44.1KHz, 48KHz or 96KHz. Outputs feature amplifiers that can drive the lines up to 24dBu and can be lowered to meet the input range of devices requiring less power. The NBB-0202’s inputs accept a signal level from mic to line with individual gain and phantom power control. The unit is also equipped with a pair of clip indicators, one for each input, to warn of potential signal overload.



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