Focusrite’s compact and robust RedNet X2P audio interface allows quick I/O and monitoring expansion and provides high performance audio conversion with more than 118 dB dynamic range. It features two mic pre’s, stereo line outs, and a stereo headphone amplifier. A single Ethernet cable provides power, audio, and remote control. A crossfader enables level control of local inputs versus network inputs assigned to feed either the line outputs or the headphone outputs. Flexible control locks enable local control of mic pre-settings and output settings, or both, to be locked. Artists can adjust their headphone mix and level, safe in the knowledge that they cannot accidentally adjust the mic pre-gain. The unit can be mounted directly to a mic stand, keeping it out of the way, yet always within reach.
Jensen Transformers solve the problem of low-cost and low-performing baluns that degrade signal quality. The Jensen PI-RJ2X for balanced XLR connections (pictured) and CI-RJ2R for unbalanced RCA connections maintain true high-performance signal quality throughout the conversion process. The Jensen audio transformers inside each transmitter/receiver combination provide complete galvanic isolation and immunity from hum, buzz, and noise caused by ground loops, while maintaining the highest audio quality.