MC2 Ti BOB DX 8-channel XLR Dante audio output interface

MC2 Ti BOB DX Dante audio output interface


The MC2 Ti BOB DX is an 8-channel Dante breakout box which provides a cost-effective and reliable method to distribute audio around a large area using standard CAT5 cable. The Ti BOB DX model has 8 analogue outputs on XLR and the units are assignable to allow multiple Ti BOB units to be daisy-chained together. Although we generally use the Ti BOB interfaces with the Dante protocol, they are also compatible with Cobranet and Ethernet.

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Supporting the most popular network audio transports currently available, and offering the flexibility to work with a relative newcomer, the Ti Breakout boxes fit into any installation (or live sound) application with ease. Both the 8 & 16 channel models have installer-friendly Phoenix connections (8 channel XLR version also available) for all audio and remote I/O and a universal power supply to work anywhere.

The programmable GPI port can be used to monitor and control other Ti Series components on the the network, with RS485 bridging via the network audio link to all parts of the system. Alternative the unit may be used independently just as an audio breakout, straight from the box.

Supported Audio Networks: Cobranet, Ethersound, Danté

GPI Functionality:
Master amplifier mute logic level input*;
Master amplifier standby logic level input*;
Master mode select logic input;
Master mode fault reset logic input**;
General error logic output;
Network (comms) error logic output;
Amplifier load error logic output;
Amplifier protection error logic output;
Power Fail Audio Input: Relay linked to all audio outputs

RS485 Comms: 3-way Phoenix for connection to local components only

*Local amplifiers only will be controlled in non-master mode
**Fault reset only used in “latched” master mode (see manual for details of master mode operation)