Digigram Introduces New Range of Breakout Boxes at AES Europe

Digigram, a PC audio interfaces and network audio device company, launched a new range of breakout boxes at the recent AES tradeshow in Barcelona (May 28-31, 2005).
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Digigram, a PC audio interfaces and network audio device company, launched a new range of breakout boxes at the recent AES tradeshow in Barcelona (May 28-31, 2005).

The new products in BOB range are a safe and ergonomic solution to connect audio sources and destinations to Digigram's multichannel sound cards via a sturdy 2U 19-inch rack. All analog and digital signals are available simultaneously on the front panel via Neutrik XLR connectors. The products also offer AES synchronization, word in/out, video in and LTC in connectors.

There are currently two BOB units in the range: BOB8 and BOB12. BOB8 features four analog and digital stereo input connectors plus four analog and digital stereo output connectors. It has been designed to match the PCX882HR, PCX881HR, VX882HR and VX881HR soundcards, but may also be used with other Digigram sound cards such as the miXart 8 AES/EBU, via specific link cables. For maximum installation flexibility, BOB8 offers four mounting configurations: rack front-end; rack back-end; under a table; or table top.

The BOB12 features connectors for one analog and digital stereo input as well as six analog digital stereo outputs and is designed specifically to work with the PCX1222HR and PCX1221HR sound cards. Like BOB8, BOB12 offers four mounting configurations.

For more information, please go to www.digigram.com.