Two Channel 192kHz Converter Ships

SM Pro Audio ADDA 192-S Analog/Digital converter is now available      20/11/06
Two Channel 192kHz Converter Ships


SM Pro Audio tell us that they are now shipping their new ADDA 192-S, a two-channel, 24-bit, 192-kHz AD/DA converter. They say that, with outstanding technical specifications, the ADDA 192-S provides some of the best conversion to and from the digital realm.
Here’s the rest of what they have to say in their own words:
Perfect for a range of duties including professional studio recording, field recording, audio mastering, and broadcast applications, the ADDA 192-S is an indispensable tool wherever pristine AD/DA conversion is desired. With impressive low noise performance, the ADDA 192-S provides a faithful recreation of the input signal. The accurate, linear, and distortion free outputs are acutely detailed to ensure recordings and conversions are realized without compromise.
Two high quality combo connectors are provided on the front panel for easy connectivity of mic or line level sources. The mic inputs feature excellent preamps with switchable 48V phantom power and -20dB PAD. High-quality internal analog circuitry ensures optimum analog performance, while digital connectivity is provided in the form of both optical and coaxial S/PDIF I/O.
Operating at sample rates to 192kHz, the ADDA 192-S functions with an extremely low degree of jitter, resulting in an impeccable sonic quality free from artifacts. The unit is designed to operate from internal or external sync (via S/PDIF).
The built in headphone amp and analog/digital rotary mix controls allow the ADDA 192-S to be monitored effectively in any situation. The master XLR and headphone output signal can be specifically tailored to provide a controlled mix level of both the analog and digital inputs. Perfect for zero latency direct monitoring applications.
Pricing and Availability:
The ADDA 192-S is available now for $499 USD. More information:
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