Lavry Engineering Blue 4496-16 4-Channel AD/DA Converter Assembly
Lavry Engineering Blue 4-Channel AD / 4-Channel DA Converter Assembly
The LavryBlue 4496 is a system that may be ordered in several A/D and D/A configurations ranging from 2 to 8 channels (up to 4 stereo modules) in each 1U 19 inch rack mountable chassis. With room for two more modules, the 4496-12 offers room for growth. Most modules can be added by the user to an existing 4496 (with space) for added functionality as needs change. Other optional configurations include dual channel professional microphone preamps. MicPreâ??s are â??double widthâ? for 2 channels plus conversion or 4 channels MicPre in each chassis.
LavryBlue M∙AD824 AD Converter and M.SYNC Board Features
- 2 channels of sonically transparent Lavry A-to-D conversion
- M∙SYNC master clock module controls all AD modules in a 4496 frame for â??phase accurateâ? multi channel recording.
- Ultra-stable internal crystal operation at 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz
- Narrow external lock for ultra-stable operation at 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz
- Wide lock mode for non-standard sample rates or vari-speed operation
- 24 bit, 16 bit and 16 bit plus dither and Acoustic Bit Correction noise shaping.
- Analog and Digital Saturation modes allow hotter recording levels
Digital level metering with â??clippingâ? indicators and peak hold
- Reference mode for calibration to studio standard levels
- SPDIF compatible AES/XLR digital output
- 2 channels of sonically transparent Lavry D-to-A conversion
- CrystalLock mode eliminates the effects of source jitter on conversion
- CrystalLock and Narrow modes operate at 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96 kHz
- Wide mode accommodates non-standard sample rates and vari-speed
- Clocking from AES/SPDIF input requires no user settings when changing sample rates and allows the DA module to operate asynchronously and at different sample rates than the AD converter. For example: monitor 44.1 kHz CD and record 96 kHz simultaneously with one 4496 rack.
- Constant conversion delay maintains phase accuracy in multi channel MDA systems.
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