Welcome to the world’s most popular, mastering-grade networked audio interfaces, combining Swiss-built technology with industry-tested AES67 and RAVENNA connectivity.

Why are they so special?

The World’s Best Analog Section and Converters... Full Stop.

After hundreds of comparison tests made by some of the world’s most “golden eared” engineers, we can say this with a strong sense of confidence.

The Networked Audio range of converters brings Swiss-precision and un-ending attention to detail in every single component and signal path and results in the most astonishing of record and reproduction signal paths of any audio interface or converter available today.

  • Hand matched and hand soldered analog componentry.
  • Ardatech AT1201 A/D chip with modified HPF for enhanced performance
  • Individually calibrated quartz clocking mechanism
  • Each channel must pass over 30 noise, distortion, CMRR and level threshold tests
  • Completely balanced signal path direct to the AD
  • A/D and D/A samplerate support from 44.1 -> 384kHz, DXD & DSD64/128/256


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Modular by Design

Build a Horus or Hapi unit to fit your exact needs by adding from range of analog and digital option cards. Put small amount of Inputs and outputs in various locations, or stack over 200 I/O (what a fully loaded Horus is capable of) in a single rack. Flexibility and power in any form you need.

Horus

  • 6 Option Slots that fit 8 Channel AD Mic/Line Input Cards (AD8D/P) and 8 Channel DA Line Output Cards (DA8/P) in any combination (up to 48 analog ins or outs)
  • MADI Expansion option extending the capacity of one unit to 128 channels of MADI I/O

Hapi

  • 2 Option Slots that fit 8 Channel AD Mic/Line Input Cards (AD8D/P) and 8 Channel DA Line Output Cards (DA8/P) in any combination (up to 48 analog ins or outs)
  • One option slot can also be filled with a MADI I/O board, leaving one slot for an AD8D/P or DA8/P card


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Route Signal Anywhere

The Networked Audio range has been designed so that any input can be routed to any amount of outputs as required.. at the same time.

With comprehensive routing pages accessible both locally on the touchscreen and by remote access using a standard web browser, the Networked Audio range of interfaces is the answer to signal flow management in your studio.


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RAVENNA / AES67 for ANY workstation

Pyramix users are of course our first love, but we are also able to offer any DAW or NLE user the opportunity to take advantage of RAVENNA/AES67 by using the ASIO (PC) / CoreAudio (MAC) drivers bundled with Horus and Hapi. So, even if your tool of choice was not RAVENNA ready, it is now.

Check out the Networked Audio Range for:


Read more about RAVENNA right here...


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Green Built

For power-conscious users, The Networked Audio range has been meticulously designed in order to keep consumption at an incredible minimum. For example, a fully loaded Horus running all channels of phantom power will only draw about 60W, making it more affordable to run than your kitchen lights.

Not Just an Audio Interface.

Get LTC (SMPTE) and MTC time codes, along with frame accurate video reference signals to any computer on your network using the Sync I/O cable.

The Networked Audio range of audio interfaces makes multi DAW sync incredibly simple by being able to distribute timing information using standard GbE networks.

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Base Unit - Hardwired Features

Horus (The Father)

Digital I/O

  • 64 MADI I/O (Coaxial & Optical)
  • 24 AES/EBU I/O (DSUB)
  • RAVENNA / AES67 (RJ45)
  • Word Clock I/O

Synchronization I/O

  • LTC
  • MTC
  • Video Reference

Sample Rate support

  • 44.1 – 384 kHz PCM
  • DXD and DSD64/128/256

User Interface

  • Remote control over LAN (CAT5E/CAT6)
  • Direct access on unit with touch screen

Hapi (The First Son)

Digital I/O

  • 8 AES/EBU I/O (DUB)
  • 8 ADAT / 2 SPDIF (Switching)
  • RAVENNA / AES67 (RJ45)
  • Word Clock I/O

Synchronization I/O

  • LTC
  • MTC
  • Video Reference

Sample Rate support

  • 44.1 – 384 kHz PCM
  • DXD and DSD64/128/256

User Interface

  • Remote control over LAN (CAT5E/CAT6)
  • Direct access on unit with rotary control

Base Unit - Options

6 Option slots that fit any combo of:

  • 8 Channel Mic/Line Input Cards (AD8D / AD8DP)
    • AD8D sample rates from 44.1 -> 192kHz
    • AD8DP sample rates from 44.1 ->384 kHz, DXD/DSD64/128/256
  • 8 Channel Line Out Cards (DA8/DA8P)
    • DA8 sample rates from 44.1 -> 192kHz
    • DA8P sample rates from 44.1 ->384 kHz, DXD/DSD64/128/256


    Note: P and “non-P” cards (Premium and Standard) can be mixed in the same unit

1 Digital Option Slot for:

  • additional 64 I/O MADI coaxial/optical MADM/MADS)

Redundant Power Options:

  • Optional redundant power supply for failsafe use.
    *Mandatory when using more than 3xAD8D/AD8DP in a single unit due to increased power consumption*

2 Option slots that fit any combo of:

  • 8 Channel Mic/Line Input Cards (AD8D / AD8DP)
    • AD8D sample rates from 44.1 -> 192kHz
    • AD8DP sample rates from 44.1 ->384 kHz, DXD/DSD64/128/256
  • 8 Channel Line Out Cards (DA8/DA8P)
    • DA8 sample rates from 44.1 -> 192kHz
    • DA8P sample rates from 44.1 ->384 kHz, DXD/DSD64/128/256


    Note: P and “non-P” cards (Premium and Standard) can be mixed in the same unit

Redundant Power Options:

  • Optional DC power input to be used as a redundant or alternate power source

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Horus

Location Recording Interface

In just 2U, create an audio interface with 40 pristine mic inputs, 8 channels for cue sends and monitoring and plenty of digital inserts for rack effects and processing.

And, with nothing more than an off the shelf network switch, you can add a second (or third or fourth etc) unit to get an almost limitless amount of recording inputs.

System configuration:

  • Horus Base Unit
  • 5x AD8DP Mic/Line Input Cards
  • 1x DA8P Premium Line Output Card
  • Sync Cable
  • Secondary Power Supply
    *mandatory when using more than 3 AD cards*

I/O available:

  • 40 Mic/Line Inputs
    w/Direct Outputs
  • 8 Line Outputs
  • 24 AES/EBU I/O
  • 64 MADI I/O
  • LTC/MTC/Video Reference
  • RAVENNA/AES67
  • 44.1 -> 384kHz & DSD256


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Hapi

Studio Monitoring Output

Having the utmost in quality for the signal path to your speakers is probably the most important single part of your chain.

The DA8 and DA8P (Premium version) provide any studio with the most incredible level of quality, and the flexibility to add more units with nothing more than off-the-shelf network switches and cabling.

System configuration:

  • Hapi Base Unit
  • 1x DA8/DA8P Line Output Card
  • Sync Cable

I/O available:

  • 8 Line Outputs
  • 8 AES/EBU I/O
  • 8 ADAT / 2 SPDIF (switching)
  • LTC/MTC/Video Reference
  • RAVENNA/AES67
  • 44.1 ->192kHz standard)
  • 44.1 -> 384kHz / DSD256 (premium)


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Horus

Outside Broadcast Recording

When on location for a broadcast event, having plenty of choices on I/O is absolutely essential.

Being able to record and transmit real-time audio over MADI, AES/EBU and CAT5E means you will always get the multichannel audio where it needs to go.

System configuration:

  • Horus Base Unit
  • 6xAD8D
  • MADM (MADI Expansion)
  • Secondary Power Supply
  • Sync Cable

I/O available:

  • 48 Mic/Line Inputs
    w/Direct Outputs
  • 24 AES/EBU I/O
  • 128 MADI I/O
  • LTC/MTC/Video Reference
  • RAVENNA/AES67
  • 44.1 ->192kHz


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Hapi

Music Production I/O

A wonderful mixture of portability and quality.

Hapi is the perfect addition to any music production system, be it laptop or desktop based.

System configuration:

  • Hapi Base Unit
  • 1x AD8DP
  • 1x DA8P
  • DC power option
  • Sync Cable

I/O available:

  • 8 Mic/Line Inputs
    w/Direct Outputs
  • w/Direct Outputs
  • 8 Line Outputs
  • 8 AES/EBU I/O
  • 8 ADAT/SPDIF (switching)
  • LTC/MTC/Video Reference
  • RAVENNA/AES67
  • 44.1 -> 384kHz / DSD256


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Horus

“Analog” Multi-track Rec/Mix

Using DSD/DXD workflows does not have to be for audiofiles only. Running Pyramix with up to 48 channels of 11.2 MHz sample rates (DSD256) brings the return of the 2” tape machine with uncompromising levels of frequency response and dynamic range

Well... a 2” tape machine with no head to clean, a timeline with waveforms to view, and most importantly, an UNDO function ;-)

System configuration:

  • Horus Base Unit
  • 3x AD8DP
  • 3x DA8P
  • Sync Cable

I/O available:

  • 24 Mic/Line Inputs
    w/Direct Outputs
  • 24 Line Outputs
  • 64 MADI I/O (not used in DSD)
  • 24 AES/EBU I/O (not used in DSD)
  • LTC/MTC/Video Reference
  • RAVENNA/AES67
  • 44.1 -> 384kHz / DSD256

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Networked Audio Range: Option Cards

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