MADI (Multichannel Audio Digital Interface) is a bi-directional protocol that transmits multi-channel audio over coax or fiber optic lines. MADI is commonly used on today’s digital multi-track recorders, digital live sound mixers, and digital performance systems that utilize multi-track technology.
LYNX Technik’s three new yellobriks for MADI 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 10 Km (6.2 miles) with the standard fiber models, and up to 40 Km (24.8 miles) with the CWDM fiber model.
These compact and cost-effective 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.
The three new models include:
- Bi-Directional MADI Optical to Coax Converter / Transceiver Pair (Model No. OBD 1210)
- MADI Optical to Coax Converter Transceiver that combines a fiber transmitter and receiver
in a single package (Model No. OTR 1210 single-mode and OTR 1210 MM – multi-mode)
- MADI Optical to Coax Converter / Transceiver for CWDM wavelengths (Model No. OTR 1240)
As with all yellobrik’s these modules are hot swappable and rack mountable on the yellobrik RFR 1000 1RU rack frame.