Focusrite RedNet 4

8-channel Ethernet Audio Network Interface and Preamp, with 8 Mic Preamps and Line inputs
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Put Premium Audio into Your Studio Network!

Outstanding front end! Focusrite's amazing RedNet 4 mic preamp/interface puts eight premium Focusrite preamps and eight line inputs into your studio network - with a single Ethernet cable. The RedNet 4 includes eight XLR inputs, eight line inputs (via DB-25 connectors), two front-panel DI inputs, and a Dante Ethernet port. This preamp gives you uncompromising quality; you'll appreciate the 119dB dynamic range, the jitter-minimizing JetPLL technology, the 192kHz quality, and the outstanding onboard Dante networking capabilities. RedNet interfaces take your audio from analog into an incredible world of digital flexibility, with the utmost clarity. Put the RedNet 4 to work in your studio network!

Focusrite RedNet 4 Preamp/Interface w/Ethernet Features:
  • 8 high-quality Focusrite mic preamps
  • Selectable line and DI inputs for input flexibility
  • Dynamic Range: 119dB
  • THD+Noise: <0.001%
  • Mic Input Level up to +16dBu
  • Gain Range: 63dB (0dB to 63dB with -8dB pad engaged. +8 to +63dB at 1dB steps.)
  • JetPLL jitter-reduction technology
  • Supported sample rates: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 192kHz
  • Microphone inputs 1-8 via rear panel XLR
  • Line inputs 1-8 via DB-25
  • DI input 1 via front panel TRS
  • DI input 2 via front panel TRS
  • Dante Ethernet port
Focusrite's RedNet audio interfaces make it easy to get your analog audio into the your studio's digital audio network!

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Tech Specs

Computer Connectivity Ethernet
Form Factor Rackmount
A/D Resolution 24-bit/192kHz
Analog Inputs 8 x XLR, 1 x DB-25
Number of Preamps 8
Phantom Power Yes
Rack Spaces 2U
Height 3"
Width 19"
Depth 9.74"
Weight 8.91 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number RedNet 4

Customer Reviews

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5/5

Gorgeous Mic Pre Line in and DI

The same Pre's ordered by George Martin to Rupert Neve for the last 4 Beatles recordings. Perfect sound in a flexible format. Solid in every way
Music background: Sound Designer, Mastering Engineer, Mixer
5/5

Excellent sound and reliability

This box is a perfect start for a Dante system. I have tested Rednet 4 extensively over several networks using Dante Virtual Soundcard. As soon as it is setup properly it works flawlessly, even over a 10/100 network. You can be hundreds of feet away monitoring a recording without running more than a couple short cables. Overall the box is high quality in construction while still managing to be fairly lightweight. The Rednet 4 preamps/ADC are excellent and I wouldn't hesitate to use them even in the most demanding applications. On location the ability to use this as a stage box using a single ethernet cable to connect to a laptop is very convenient, if you've ever carried audio snakes around on a cart you know what I mean. Controlling the preamps is from the same laptop is icing on the cake. Rednet 4 has no hardware outputs. How is monitoring done with one or more Rednet 4 boxes connected by a network switch? The best way is to use a Dante output device on the network, like one of the other Rednet boxes or a Yamaha mixer with a Dante card. I suggest contacting Sweetwater, Focusrite, or Audinate to talk about your potential setup. Care must also be taken while selecting and configuring a network switch for the setup, Focusrite has suggested a few managed network switches that are reliable and I advise checking that first and making sure your switch is configured properly. Dante is the most flexible audio routing system on the market, and the Rednet implementation is very sophisticated. I highly recommended it!
Music background: Recording Producer

Sweetwater Advice

Evan Mulvihill

What I love about using the Focusrite RedNet 4 in my studio is how easy it is to use! All the RedNets connect through ethernet cable, so there's no need for big bulky cables and snakes - and I can run hundreds of feet etherent cable without any signal loss! I can also remotely control the RedNet 4's gain structure from the control room. (Seriously, how cool is that!?) The cherry on top is its extreme transparency - it never colors the sound.
See also: Focusrite, Focusrite Preamps