KLANG:quelle-r is a rack mount 4 output Dante headphone amplifier. KLANG:quelle is designed with premium converters suitable for low-resistance in-ear headphones, a crystal clear sound, without abnormal sounds, is enabled. KLANG:quelle-r is delivered with either a stabilizing plug adapter or a network cable, which is enabled over Power over Ethernet (PoE). All these features come in a convenient and compact case.
KLANG:quelle-r Rack Mount DANTE Enabled Headphone Amplifier
- Rack mount
- 4 headphone outputs
- Dante™ with 8 channel input
- Volume regulation
- Level preselection
- Compact Case
- Suitable for in-ears and hard wired monitor mixes
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KLANG:fabrik is the core of the KLANG 3d monitoring system. It combines the latest and finest HD audio algorithms with a multitude of flexible audio interfaces (i.e. Dante™, compatible to ADAT) in order to work with professional mixing desks and stage boxes of any kind. Up to 8 musicians receive their individual 3D mixes with one KLANG:fabrik. If your band is greater than 8, there is always the option to daisy-chain multiple KLANG:fabrik.
KLANG 3D In-Ear Monitoring Frequenrly Asked Questions
No. KLANG incorporates binaural technology and processes the sound inside KLANG:fabrik and KLANG:vier to work immediately with your own pair of standard stereo headphones or in-ears. In fact, it is not important if your headphones are open or closed, electrostatic, dynamic or use balanced armature drivers as most in-ears do. You can use universal fit in-ears or custom molded in-ears. Just make sure that the polarity is correct and the left and right signals go to the correct ears.
Short answer: yes. KLANG:fabrik and KLANG:vier do not offer equalising or dynamics such as compressors or limiters. We rely on your digitial mixing console, either the front of house desk or a dedicated monitor console to send pre-processed instrument or microphone signals. The spatial processing and the binaural mixdown happens in our 3D in-ear mixing systems. However, it is possible to connect an analog to digital converter (DAC) directly to our system and use the height setting (tap orbit twice, elevation) as a smart EQ filter.