CreamWare Hi-Res Converter -A16 Ultra

16 channels of creamy 24bit/96kHz      10/10/01
Creamware's new PowerPulsar (see recent news item)has been complemented by the new A16 Ultra, a new generation of the successful A16 AD/DA converter unit. The A16 Ultra combines state-of-the-art technical specs with the features which made its predecessor so popular. Some features:
  • High-quality 24-bit / 96 kHz AD/DA converters
  • 16 inputs and 16 outputs, balanced analog TRS
  • 2 ADAT interfaces
  • S/Mux for ADAT conversion at 96 kHz (8-channels)
  • 2 Z-Link interfaces (16 channels at 24-bit / 96 kHz)
  • Wordclock I/O
  • 16 VU meters for exact signal levelling
  • Very compact: single rack space 19" unit In addition, various expansion options for the A16 Ultra are planned: An add-in board extends S-Mux functionality to 16 channels. With the USB2 option, the converter serves as an I/O solution for any computer system with a USB2-compliant interface. Its generous channel count and professional audio quality make the A16 Ultra ideal for use with all I/O cards, digital mixers and instruments which have an ADAT interface. When used in combination with a CreamWare DSP system with Z-Link I/O, the A16 Ultra can simultaneously transfer all 16 channels at 24-bits / 96 kHz. The A16 Ultra is scheduled for November availability at a retail price of 1250 Euro net.
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