ProFM Broadcast | Angry Audio

MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 MPX USB Sound Card

$1 074.60

MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 MPX USB Sound Card

The MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 is the world’s first USB audio interface designed specifically for software-based radio processors such as Stereo Tool.

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Description

MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 MPX USB Sound Card

The MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 is the world’s first USB audio interface designed specifically for software-based radio processors such as Stereo Tool. We’ve eliminated the hassle of trying to find and configure computer sound cards to deliver the performance needed to drive the transmission chain. Experience unparalleled audio quality with the Angry Audio MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 MPX USB Sound Card.  Ideal for broadcast and production environments, it delivers exceptional sound fidelity and versatile connectivity.

 

Selected features:

  1. Stereo Analog Inputs and Outputs on StudioHub+ RJ45 connector. Capable of levels up to +24dBu. High performance ADC and DAC deliver over 112dB of dynamic range.
  2. Digital AES/EBU inputs and outputs on StudioHub+ RJ45 connectors. Transformer isolated. Input can accommodate sample rates from 32kHz-192kHz. Output is fixed at 192kHz.
  3. Analog MPX (composite) output on BNC connectors.
  4. Supports digital MPX Composite Baseband Over AES.
  5. Front panel switch selects analog or digital input. Another front panel switch chooses stereo analog or MPX output.
  6. Front panel signal LEDs so you can see at a glance that the outputs are active.
  7. Built-in AC-DC power supply (no wall wart). Powder-coated steel enclosure. Broadcast-grade design for 24/7 operation.
  8. Connects to your host PC using standard USB cable.

 

Some of the benefits of U.192 over other “sound cards”:

No Guesswork.
Unlike other sound cards, the U.192 is purpose-built for software audio processing. Other sound cards may or may not be able to deliver MPX signals. It can be trial and error to find a card that works and even then, it might require an amplifier after the output to get the signal level right. The U.192 allows input and output on the same card, which no other USB card can offer.

Reliability.
Stereo Tool is a world-class broadcast processing suite deserving of a real broadcast-grade audio interface. Why kluge together a sound card that might work when you can get THE box that was built from the ground up just for this application. With 24/7 reliability, guaranteed RFI immunity, generous design margins and premium components, the U.192 means business – because your airchain deserves it.

Connectivity.
Stereo analog, Digital, Analog MPX, Digital MPX. You choose how you want to feed your processor and how you want your processor to feed the rest of the air chain. We give you all the connection choices you need.

Confidence.
The U.192 is a collaboration between MaxxKonnect and Angry Audio, two of the broadcast industry’s most recognized brands. You know it’s going to work. And you know you will always get the expert support you need.

Description

MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 MPX USB Sound Card

The MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 is the world’s first USB audio interface designed specifically for software-based radio processors such as Stereo Tool. We’ve eliminated the hassle of trying to find and configure computer sound cards to deliver the performance needed to drive the transmission chain. Experience unparalleled audio quality with the Angry Audio MaxxKonnect Broadcast U.192 MPX USB Sound Card.  Ideal for broadcast and production environments, it delivers exceptional sound fidelity and versatile connectivity.

 

Selected features:

  1. Stereo Analog Inputs and Outputs on StudioHub+ RJ45 connector. Capable of levels up to +24dBu. High performance ADC and DAC deliver over 112dB of dynamic range.
  2. Digital AES/EBU inputs and outputs on StudioHub+ RJ45 connectors. Transformer isolated. Input can accommodate sample rates from 32kHz-192kHz. Output is fixed at 192kHz.
  3. Analog MPX (composite) output on BNC connectors.
  4. Supports digital MPX Composite Baseband Over AES.
  5. Front panel switch selects analog or digital input. Another front panel switch chooses stereo analog or MPX output.
  6. Front panel signal LEDs so you can see at a glance that the outputs are active.
  7. Built-in AC-DC power supply (no wall wart). Powder-coated steel enclosure. Broadcast-grade design for 24/7 operation.
  8. Connects to your host PC using standard USB cable.

 

Some of the benefits of U.192 over other “sound cards”:

No Guesswork.
Unlike other sound cards, the U.192 is purpose-built for software audio processing. Other sound cards may or may not be able to deliver MPX signals. It can be trial and error to find a card that works and even then, it might require an amplifier after the output to get the signal level right. The U.192 allows input and output on the same card, which no other USB card can offer.

Reliability.
Stereo Tool is a world-class broadcast processing suite deserving of a real broadcast-grade audio interface. Why kluge together a sound card that might work when you can get THE box that was built from the ground up just for this application. With 24/7 reliability, guaranteed RFI immunity, generous design margins and premium components, the U.192 means business – because your airchain deserves it.

Connectivity.
Stereo analog, Digital, Analog MPX, Digital MPX. You choose how you want to feed your processor and how you want your processor to feed the rest of the air chain. We give you all the connection choices you need.

Confidence.
The U.192 is a collaboration between MaxxKonnect and Angry Audio, two of the broadcast industry’s most recognized brands. You know it’s going to work. And you know you will always get the expert support you need.

Specifications

Additional information

Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 32 × 25 × 16 cm

Brand

Angry Audio

Angry Audio

ProFM Broadcast | Angry AudioAdmit it… you love radio. Over-the-air or internet, live or podcast; it doesn’t matter. Getting radio content to your audience is both thrill and challenge. Oh, you’ve sweat a lot from hard work and worry. And come up with clever solutions that would make MacGyver envious. And all the weekends and holidays you’ve sacrificed… if that’s not love, what is it? I love radio too. I spent the last 25 years designing and building studio products – mostly mixing consoles – for PR&E, Telos, Axia and Lawo. If you’re in radio, you’ve likely encountered my designs. Along the way I’ve visited your studios. Heard your war-stories. Learned a lot. And in all those stories there’s one takeaway: details matter. Sure, we usually pay the most attention to the big-ticket gear, like consoles, transmitters and processors. But have you ever noticed that you can spend a disproportionate amount of time trying to figure out answers to small problems those big products don’t solve? Problems that escalate fast when left unaddressed. Maybe you just need an extra input for a smartphone. Or an automated way to handle an emergency alert. A custom mix to record phone calls. An amplifier for a long cable. Maybe you’re chasing ground-loop hum, or trying to make a PC sound card sound better. Like you, I sweat the details. That’s why I started Angry Audio: to make products that solve these nagging problems. Products that allow you to build systems that do what you want, the way you want. Our products – we call them audio gadgets – are each laser-focused on addressing one or two details. They are inexpensive and easy to use. And, because radio can be rough, they’re damned near indestructible too. I have to confess: I am a bit of a fanatic for sound quality. Our audio gadgets all deliver the kind of transparent audio performance you’d expect to find in the most discerning recording studio. Some have told me this is overkill for radio. I disagree. The tools you use to create and deliver compelling radio should be just as sharp as those used to master music. One last thing: please bookmark our site, and visit us often. We have more than a dozen gadgets in development and will be launching new ones every few months. Sooner or later, we’re going to launch a gadget that solves a nagging problem for you. Which might just help you get home for dinner on time for a change. You gotta love that. Michael “Catfish” Dosch Angry Audio
ProFM Broadcast | Angry Audio