Neumann DMI-2,TLM103D @ AES124th



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Description Neumann Solution-D Family (AES42 standard):
  • Neumann DMI-2  2ch Digital Microphone Interface for general
  • Neumann TLM 103 D  Digital Studio Microphone

Equipment that supports the new AES 42 standard can process the output signals of Solution-D microphones directly. In all other cases, the DMI-2 digital microphone interface is used. The DMI-2 is a separate, two-channel device which converts the AES 42 data format supplied by the microphone into an AES/EBU signal. An eight-channel version is under development.

The DMI-2 is operated via the Neumann RCS remote control software, which is installed on a desktop or laptop computer. The computer is connected to the DMI-2 via a USB port and a USB to RS 485 interface converter. If a large number of microphones is used, several DMI-2s can be cascaded. In this case, each digital microphone interface can be addressed individually.

In addition to a word clock input and output, the DMI-2 also has an internal word clock generator. If no master word clock signal (e.g. from a mixing console) is present at the input, the DMI-2 internal word clock is used automatically to synchronize the two microphone channels, and the signal is switched to the word clock output.

External commands such as "On Air" (red light) can be controlled via a 9-pin user port.
Date 18 May 2008(2008-05-18), 11:38:21
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