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Apogee AD-16XPublished on 03/16/09 at 19:57
The Apogee Electronic AD-16X is an analog to digital converter. At the studio I use this in, we have it locked into the Apogee Big Ben that runs with a Digidesign 192 I/O audio interface to run Pro Tools HD. The AD-16X has 16 channels of converters in the form of both ADAT and AES. It also has a world clock in and out and is powered by your traditional AC power cable. The unit is pretty easy to use, and since I have it synced up with another converter and audio interface, I pretty much leave it as is and gives me a great high quality conversion on up to 16 channels of audio! For me, this is a huge asset as I'm not a huge fan of the converters made by Digidesign, and these are a great...…
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The Apogee Electronic AD-16X is an analog to digital converter. At the studio I use this in, we have it locked into the Apogee Big Ben that runs with a Digidesign 192 I/O audio interface to run Pro Tools HD. The AD-16X has 16 channels of converters in the form of both ADAT and AES. It also has a world clock in and out and is powered by your traditional AC power cable. The unit is pretty easy to use, and since I have it synced up with another converter and audio interface, I pretty much leave it as is and gives me a great high quality conversion on up to 16 channels of audio! For me, this is a huge asset as I'm not a huge fan of the converters made by Digidesign, and these are a great replacement.

OVERALL OPINION

I've been using the Apogee Electronic AD-16X analog to digital converter for about a year and I've been quite pleased with the results that I get with it. It is easy to use for what I do with it and is an awesome substitute for Digidesign's converters. This being said, these aren't cheap, as they are a huge quality converter from a highly trusted company. I would recommend this not only to professional studio owners with any type of rig, but also for the home studio owner looking to bolster their chain with a great converter like the AD-16X. I can't say enough about how clean the signal is from not only the AD-16X, but from all of Apogee Electronics converters. While these aren't for the studios out there on a tight budget, for those looking to put together a superior Pro Tools rig with the highest quality convetors available, a converter of this quality is a must. I highly recommend checking these out if you're looking for a analog to digital great converter.
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terry030terry030

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Apogee AD-16XPublished on 12/08/12 at 15:25
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
conversion of 44.1 to 192
connection sub 25
Analog to Digital converter AD16X 16 tracks
Digital to Analog converter DA16X 16 TRACKS
CARD PCI 32 TRACKS IN OPTION FOR MAC PRO

OVERALL OPINION

3 YEARS
VERY GOOD IS THE PROBLEM NOT MATOS HITECH
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  • Manufacturer: Apogee
  • Model: AD-16X
  • Category: Analog to Digital Converters
  • Added in our database on: 05/24/2004

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