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Old 09-06-2013, 11:11 AM
Ken Sirulnick Ken Sirulnick is offline
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Default Genelec AD9200A A-D for sale

The AD9200A 8-Channel Analog to Digital Converter from Genelec is a rackmount converter that translates an analog audio input signal into a digital output signal. This allows you to use the 7200 series DSP subwoofers with analog signal sources.

The unit has a 25-pin DB25 connector that accepts up to 8 channels of analog audio. The connector is wired with a standard Tascam/ProTools pinout for wide compatibility. The converter has 4 XLR output connectors, each of which carries 2 channels of AES/EBU digital audio. The digital audio is in AES3 format with a 24-bit word length and a 192kHz sample rate to deliver professional-quality results, consistent with the audio from Genelec's 8200 series DSP products. The converter operates via an external 12VDC power supply.

Converts an analog audio input signal into a digital output signal. This allows you to use the 7200 series DSP subwoofers with analog signal sources

The 1RU chassis fits into any standard 19" equipment rack

The 25-pin DB25 input connector accepts up to 8 channels of analog audio. The connector is wired with a standard Tascam/ProTools pinout for wide compatibility

There are 4 XLR output connectors, each of which carries 2 channels of AES/EBU digital audio. The digital audio is in AES3 format with a 24-bit word length and a 192kHz sample rate to deliver professional-quality results, consistent with the audio from Genelec's 8200 series DSP products

Operates via an external 12VDC power supply

contact: ken@glueedit.com
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