So what all can the DAD DX32R do? At its core, the DX32R is a digital audio bridge. The interface can be used to expand your studio's I/O channel count and provide a bridge between AES/EBU, MADI and Dante IP audio networks. It does all this with near zero latency while offer flexible patching and routing of your digital audio signal.
That's not all the DAD DX32R can do though. The interface can also act as the heart of your monitoring system, especially when working with Genelec monitors and GLM software. The DX32R makes it possible to create a wide range of monitor configurations from mono, stereo and surround sound to multi-speaker Dolby Atmos set-ups. If you want to take tactile control over these monitor set-ups, you can add the DAD MOM monitor operating module to your rig and you're ready to go.
To learn more about the NTP DAD DX32R, watch the video below to get a complete overview of the interface and router.