The ARX NetSplit is a unique ‘Dante / Analog Splitter that is switchable into either of two modes:
In Dante mode it will extract 2 channels of digital audio from the network via aRJ45 Ethernet input, and split them to 2 channels of 1:4 splitter
In Analog mode it can take 2 channels of Analog audio, and split them to 2 channels of 1:4 splitter
NetSplit Modes of operation are switchable between:
Dante input to Analog output 2 channel 1:4 Splitter,
or Analog input to Analog output 2 channel 1:4 Splitter
The NetSplit can receive audio channels from a Dante network and provide studio quality, low latency audio via balanced XLR output connectors to analog audio equipment.
Thus any audio available on the network can be routed via the NetSplit to an amplifier, powered speaker(s), mixing console, digital signal processor and many other analog audio devices.
Dante Input and Analog Output Specifications:
As per Analog mode (see below) except for:
Output Level +10dB max
Frequency Response 20Hz - 20 kHZ +- .5dB
Dynamic range < 100dB
Signal to noise < 100dB
THD <.01% at +4dBu
Sample Rate 44.1KHz, 48 KHz (default), 96KHz
Bit Depth 24 Bits
Network Speed 100 Mbps
Power Consumption 2 Watts max.
Power over Ethernet Class 1 802.3af POE PD compliant
Analog Input and Output Specifications:
Input Impedance 44K Ohms Balanced, 22K Ohms Unbalanced
Input Headroom +21dB
Output Level +26dB
Output Signal/Noise (@ unity gain) -95dB unweighted -101dB A weighted
Output Impedance 150 Ohms Balanced, 75 Ohms Unbalanced
Dynamic Range 121dB
Frequency Response 20Hz-20 KHz -.5dB
Distortion (@ unity gain)100Hz .0035%
Input Connector Type Female XLR plus Male XLR Input Loop
Output Connector Type Male XLR
Front Panel Controls Individual Level controls for all 8 Split outputs
Dante Status and Mode status LEDs
Marker panel for labelling split assigns
RJ45 Ethernet input
Switch for Dante or Analog input
Balanced Inputs and Outputs, on Balanced XLR connectors
AC input connector, with voltage switch and fuse
CAUTION – When using a PoE (power over ethernet) injector, it must be Class 1 802.3af POE PD compliant.
Use of a non-compliant PoE injector can terminally damage the device and will void the warranty.
AC power is a zone specific 100 to 120V or 220 to 240V, and is connected to the unit via a removable power lead and standard 3 pin IEC connector, with built in fuse.