Focusrite RedNet R1

$849.99

The desktop remote controller that supercharges every Red interface

Description

RedNet R1 is a desktop remote controller that unleashes the power of Focusrite Red interfaces. It’s designed for professionals who need to adapt their audio configurations quickly to suit the ever-increasing demands of the studio environment. Combine, select and switch audio from any conceivable source to a multitude of common (or user-defined) monitoring environments, and control large groups of speakers from a single set of controls. RedNet R1 is also a Dante-enabled talkback unit, with a powerful headphones output and built-in talkback mic, making it the ideal studio partner.

Key Features:

Desktop remote controller for Red audio interfaces

The first Dante®, Pro Tools | HD™ and Thunderbolt™ interface system with a monitor controller.

Switch and sum

Supports a maximum of eight channels, each of up to 12 sources per channel, from 32 available audio sources.

Flexible monitor control 

Controls include level, reference level, preset selection, cut, dim, mute, A/B switch, and a variety of solo modes.

Monitor fold-downs

Up to four fold-down presets allow fast switching for checking downmixes.

Talkback & headphones functionality

Four destination groups when used with a Red interface, or a single talkback group when used with other Dante devices. High-fidelity output can take its source from a multitude of sources.

Built-in Microphone

RedNet R1 has an internal talkback microphone, or users can connect their own, via the rear-panel XLR.

Precision metering and display

Two LCD displays for highly accurate level metering of the outputs, sources and headphone outputs, and for giving visual cues for navigating around menus.

Software setup with hardware-focussed workflow 

RedNet Control is designed for quickly setting up simple or complex configurations.

Footswitch input

Quarter-inch jack socket accepts a footswitch, for talkback management, LFE muting and more.

Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) support

Powered via Ethernet (using the PoE standard), or using a DC power supply.