ANDIAMO is a powerful, high-end AD/DA converter offering simultaneous conversion of 32 audio channels from analog to digital and vice-versa and sharing the extremely high sonic quality with the PRODIGY Series. The third generation of ANDIAMO takes the features that made the product famous worldwide and expands them to reach a new level.
Housed in an elegant, space-saving 1U 19” casing, it allows conversion to and from MADI via two SFP ports, while the optional network audio cards support RAVENNA/AES67, Dante or SoundGrid, bringing the total channel count of the device up to 288 inputs and outputs.
As a successful participant of the JT-NM Tested program ANDIAMO is listed in the JT-NM Tested Catalog as a device aligning with the SMPTE 2110 standards.
ANDIAMO can be managed remotely via globcon remote software using the dedicated ethernet port placed in the back of the unit. Basic functions are quickly accessible via two function buttons on the front panel.
- Remote control via globcon (Windows® / macOS®) offers access to the following features:
- Signal routing on a per-channel basis
- 8 Summing Busses
- Level control for input and output channels (gain and level trim)
- Redundancy management (EARS™)
The front panel provides status LEDs for real-time monitoring of signal condition for all analog input and output channels.
Selectable clock sources are word clock, MADI input, network audio or the internal clock. The current system clock is provided at the word clock output at any time.
Redundancy & Safe operation
Two MADI ports offer seamless port redundancy and switchover.
Two audio network ports are connected to independent NICs and can be configured to offer network redundancy – ST 2022-7 (RAVENNA) or Primary/Secondary (Dante).
EARS™ (Enhanced Automatic Redundancy Switching™) is also available on all digital inputs. It is a unique technology to prevent interruption of the output signal.
EARS™ uses either the proven BLDS™ technology or pilot tone triggering. A logic monitors the condition of the trigger signal on the selected digital input. In case of a failure it switches automatically to the backup input (MADI or audio network).
Thanks to two phase-redundant power supplies with separate IEC inlets and AC power switches on the rear panel the device offers the highest reliability.