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€ 2,380.00 € 1,950.82+IVA
8X192 AD/DA hi-performance mastering converter from 44.1k to 192k. Optional DSD firmware.
Mytek Digital 8×192 ADDA + 1 card DIO in omaggio a scelta tra FW, ADAT, Protools HDX, USB e Madi DIO cards
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Mytek Digital 8×192 ADDA Bundle is a flagship Mytek hi-performance mastering converter which offers PCM A/D and D/A conversion for all sampling rates from 44.1k to 192k. Optional DSD firmware provides DSD (standard 64x) and hi-speed 128x DSD.
Mytek Digital 8×192 ADDAis equipped with two slots for optional 8 channel DIO Cards, Following cards will be available:
Protools HDX ™ DIO-CARD
DSD SDIF DIO-CARD
DSD Sonoma/Meitner-DIO Card
Features of Mytek Digital 8×192 ADDA Bundle
– Digital format conversion between AES and any of two optional DIO Cards installed
– True precision mastering grade 1dB per step stepped attenuator
– Analog mix buss assignable to 4 pairs of stereo channels or 8 mono channels
– Additional to 8 analog outputs, 2 XLR outputs which can be assigned to any pair of channels or Mix Buss output
– Hi-current (500mA), hi-speed, low distortion transparent headphone amplifier
Internal clock jitter
Linear 24 bit PCM
128x oversampling at 44.1/48k
64x oversampling at 88.2/96/176.4/192k
Wordclock in and out. Wordlock Out can be used as house clock: 15 LS TTL loads max.
6 separate Wordlock Outs
to be used as house clock: 15 LS TTL loads max.
Can be terminated.
ADC: 120dB (A weighted)
DAC: 123dB (A weighted)
+4dBm balanced or unbalanced, 10kOhm, D25
+4dBm balanced or unbalanced, D25 plus 2 XLR
8 Hi-speed (25-200kHz) AES/EBU
8 Hi-speed (25-200kHz) AES/EBUS
The pinouts of D25 I/O
connectors are compatible with Protools HD ™ Digisnakes ™
THD + Noise ADC
ADC: -106dB (<0.0004%) DAC: -110dB (<0.0003%)
1 rack space wide x 1U high x 9” deep
100/115V-220/240V 50/60Hz switchable
Hi-current (500mA), hi-speed, stereo
24 steps assignable to phones and XLR outs
2×4 pairs or 8 mono, true analog mix buss
" Mytek's philosophy is that in their design of their converters, they try to be as faithful to the signal as possible." Glenn Bucci, Digital Pro Sound