Maven delivers the same power as the Prodigy series and is fully compatible with the PRODIGY.MP

USA – DirectOut has announced two additions to its growing family of audio solutions at InfoComm in Las Vegas this week.

Building on the flexible Prodigy series, Maven offers DirectOut’s powerful DSP engine in a compact 1RU platform, expanding the integration possibilities for sound engineers, system designers and AV professionals, whether in a fixed location, or on the move.

Maven delivers the same power as the Prodigy series and is fully compatible with the PRODIGY.MP, increasing flexibility while maintaining maximum reliability. Maven supports a variety of audio network formats including Dante, AVB/MILAN, Ravenna/AES67 and SoundGrid.

“With Maven, we can now offer the unlimited DSP feature-set, uncompromised reliability, and flexibility initially introduced by PRODIGY.MP on a smaller footprint of just 1RU,” says Jan Ehrlich CEO of DirectOut. “Our customers’ demand for a more compact and even more granular platform in terms of software plugins and budget, which has encouraged us to set new limits.”

At InfoComm, DirectOut will simultaneously unveil the USB.IO. Visitors to Stand #C9464 can see both these products together and gain insight from DirectOut experts. Compatible with both Prodigy and Maven platforms, USB.IO is the first DirectOut product developed in collaboration with RME. Based on the USB 3.0 core by RME and using their renowned low latency technology, the USB.IO benefits from high performance Windows and Mac drivers with unrivalled stability.

“We are delighted to announce these two fantastic products at InfoComm 2024,” says Claudio Becker-Foss, CTO of DirectOut. “The products represent the natural next step for our Prodigy range, expanding DirectOut connectivity to USB in a smaller, more transportable package for ultimate flexibility. The AV Industry always embraces innovation, and we are delighted to share our latest products at InfoComm.”

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