IF EVER THERE WAS

A SWISS ARMY KNIFE

FOR AUDIO PROFESSIONALS.

IF EVER THERE WAS

A SWISS ARMY KNIFE

FOR AUDIO PROFESSIONALS.

MVR-64: 448 x 448 CHANNEL UNIVERSAL FORMAT CONVERTER

64 x 64 Channels. Each! AES50 (48 x 48)

Dante/AES67 MADI Optical+Coaxial MADI TP ADAT 8x8 AES50

Upcoming 2019.

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THE AUDIO UNIVERSE.
COMBINED IN ONE DEVICE.

What the multiverter will do for you:

  • Interface your recording gear to any digital signal source.
  • 448x448 channel-wise routing between all interface formats.
  • Extension port for additional format modules (e. g. AVB, Soundgrid, AES/EBU).
  • Adds any format to your production truck or OB.
  • Use your ethernet port as 64x64 recording interface with the Dante® Virtual Soundcard technology
  • Sample-rate conversion between any interfaces using the additional SRC-64 plugin module.
  • Send and receive low-latency, 64x64 audio over your standard ethernet networks.
  • Lifts your legacy gear up to date.

ALL THE MAGIC

IN JUST 1 HU.

ALL THE MAGIC

IN JUST 1 HU.

7 x 7 Interface
Conversion & Routing

Integrated Headphone out
+ Test tone generator

Network Remote
USB Remote

Triple-redundant power supply
(2x 90-240VAC, 1x 9-18VDC)

What else is cool?

  • Multiple conversions (i.e. Dante <> MADI and ADAT <> AES50) with each using the full channel count can run simultaneously.
  • Preset store/recall (12 different setups)
  • Headphone amplifier to monitor any incoming signal
  • Asynchronous Sample Rate Conversion (64x64 channels) supported using the SRC-64 plugin module
  • Test tone generator simplifies troubleshooting of complex setups
  • Can be powered alone from industry standard 4-pin XLR plug battery packs
  • MIDI embedding/de-embedding from MIDI jacks into MADI streams (RME-compliant)
  • Transparent forwarding of MADI control data (i.e. headamp control, MIDI over MADI)
  • Upcoming: Prepared for Headamp remote control (Yamaha, Behringer, MIDAS)

multiverter MVR-64

Specifications

Inputs & Outputs

Dante/AES67 I/O

MADI Optical

MADI Coaxial

MADI TP (RJ-45)

ADAT I/O

AES50

  • Dante/AES67 (two ports/integrated switch)
  • 8 x ADAT I/O, SPDIF/AES3 optical capable
  • MADI optical
  • MADI coaxial
  • MADI-TP (up to two ports)
  • AES50 (up to two ports)

Extension port for breakout-box connection with upcoming formats:

  • AVB (64 x 64 channels)
  • AES3 (64 x 64 channels)
  • Waves Soundgrid™ (64 x 64 channels)
  • DiGiCo/Soundcraft/Studer MADI-TP

Dimensions / Weight

482x45x230mm (BxHxD) / 2.25 kg

Power consumption

8W typ., 30W max.
Each AC input: 85..264VAC, 50-60Hz,
0.75A@115VAC / 0.5A@230VAC
DC input: 9-18VDC (up to 30V tolerant), 2.5A peak

Channel count

Up to 64 per interface in x1 modes
Up to 32 per interface in x2 modes
Up to 16 per interface in x4 modes
Multiple conversions (i.e. Dante <> MADI
and ADAT <> AES50) with each using
the full channel count can run simultaneously.

Sample rates

32 / 44.1 / 48 / 64 / 88.2 / 96 / 128 / 176.4 /
192 kHz +/-100ppm, Varispeed operation is not supported

ADAT ports

8 input + 8 output ports 64ch @ 44.1/ 48kHz, 32ch @ 88.2 / 96kHz
Each port may be alternatively used as SPDIF or AES3 optical port with 2 channels @44.1/48kHz

RS485 port

Male D-Sub 9pin, Yamaha AD8HR compatible; Pinout: 2=RX-, 3=TX-, 4=TX+, 5=GND, 6=RX+

Extension port

HDMI connector type. 64 ch @ 32 / 44.1 / 48 kHz, 32ch @ 64 / 88.2 / 96 kHz, 16ch @ 128 / 176.4 / 192kHz

MADI optical port

SC connector, 50 / 125 µm or 62.5 / 125 µm multi-mode fibre (MM fibre), 1300nm, up to 2 km total length.
Transceiver can be changed to Single mode (9/125µm) at the factory on request.
64ch @ 32 / 44.1 / 48kHz, 32ch @ 64 / 88.2 / 96kHz, 16ch @ 128 / 176.4 / 192kHz
MIDI-over-MADI; Transparent user bit forwarding

MADI BNC port

Standard AES10 coaxial port. Use with up to 100meters of 75 ohm coaxial cable 64ch@32/44.1/48kHz, 32ch@64/88.2/96kHz, 16ch@128/176.4/192kHz

MADI TP port

AES-X 213 (upcoming MADI specification) compatible.
64ch@32/44.1kHz, 56ch@48kHz, 32ch@64/88.2, 28ch@96kHz, 16ch@128/176.4kHz, 14ch@192kHz
Pinout: MADI-TP on 4/5, 7/8 MIDI-over-MADI
Transparent user bit forwarding

AES50 port

AES50 3.1 compatible
48ch @ 44.1 / 48 kHz, 24ch @ 88.2 / 96 kHz Pinout: Data on 1/2, 3/6; Sync on 4/5, 7/8
Alternative use: Second MADI-TP with Pinout: 1/2, 3/6 (adapter cable required)

Wordclock port

Output: 5.0Vpp nominal, able to drive two parallel 75 Ohm terminations; Input: 2.0Vpp…5.0Vpp

Dante/AES67 port

2x Gigabit Ethernet, configurable either as Switch or as Redundant connection in the Dante controller.
Device prefix: MVR64
64ch@32/44.1/48kHz, 32ch@64/88.2/96kHz, 16ch@128/176.4/192kHz

MIDI port

Standard isolated input, standard MIDI output

Headphones

2x125mW into 32Ohm (@0.01% THD+N)
Bandwidth: 22Hz to 22kHz

REMOTE CONTROL INCLUDED.

OPTIONAL ADDITIONS TO THE MVR-64.

PLUGIN MODULE

SAMPLERATE CONVERTER

Convert sample rates between all of your interfaces! To add even more power to your multiverter, a sample rate converter hardware module is available. The module features 64x64 channel bi-directional, asynchronous sample rate conversion between two arbitrary sample rates and interfaces.

  • Top-notch performance: THD+N = -133dB typ, -120dB max.
  • True asynchronous, bi-directional conversion of 64x64 channels
  • Supports arbitrary sample rates in the range from 32 … 192kHz
  • Special aggregation modes exist to handle 64ch@96k by using two inputs and/or outputs together
  • Handles up to 64ch@48k, 64ch@96k, 32ch@192k
  • Free selection of any multiverter interface as asynchronous input and/or asynchronous output

ADAPTER FOR MADI DiGiCo AND Soundcraft/Studer

MTA-64 MADI-TP EXTENSION

The small Extender inline box enables the Multiverter to connect directly to DiGiCo and Soundcraft/Studer MADI-TP ports.
On the Multiverter side, audio is connected to the MADI-TP port, while power and configuration is taken from the Extension port (which is still available because it´s fed thru).

Supported are all known pin-outs as well as an built-in MDIX feature which allows you to use straight Cat5 cables where normally crossover cables were required.