Designed in Switzerland and manufactured in Germany, Appsys is known for creating and developing professional audio equipment in close collaboration with its customers to meet their specific needs. The company manufactures a range of ADAT products, including extenders, splitters and repeaters as well as digital format converters including its popular Multiverter MVR-64.
“Appsys will play a key role in the Synthax portfolio of brands,” says Mathias von Heydekampf, Managing Director of Synthax. “With its innovative audio networking solutions and its high build quality, Appsys products will continue Synthax’s mission as masters of networking. We are proud and excited bring Appsys products to a wide network of users in the U.S. and Canada.”
During InfoComm, Synthax will highlight one of Appsys most popular products, its Multiverter MVR-64 digital format converter, which now expands Synthax’s high-quality networking solutions. Dubbed the any-to-any converter, the Multiverter lets users interface their gear to any signal source with the ability to convert between a wide selection of digital interfaces all at once. The Multiverter supports a stunning 64 channels of conversion for ADAT, MADI optical, MADI coaxial, MADI-TP, AES50, Dante/AES67, and is extensible to future interfaces via break-out boxes.
Users also have remote control over MIDI, MIDI over MADI, USB, RS485, AES50 Aux Data channel and network socket. The MVR-64 boasts 12 store and recall presets, a headphone amp which allows users to monitor any incoming signal as well as a test tone generator which simplifies troubleshooting when it comes to complex setups.
Appsys also offers a Sample Rate Converter Hardware Module to accompany the MVR-64, allowing users to add even more power to their Multiverter. The module features 64x64 channel asynchronous, bi-directional conversion between two arbitrary sample rates and interfaces.
Touring bands can use the Multiverter in their rack with their standard I/O knowing that when playing live, they’ll be able to connect to any front of house or monitor console. Broadcast trucks can use the Multiverter to receive a MADI feed from the live event and convert it to Dante while recording via a Dante virtual sound card. In post-production or recording studio applications, the Multiverter can be used to bring all digital audio together by integrating a client’s gear with a studio’s existing setup.
For peace of mind, the Multiverter MVR-64 comes complete with a triple-redundant power supply and can be powered with industry-standard 4-pin XLR plug battery packs. The Multiverter MVR-64 is available now and priced at $2,999 MAP.
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