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Networksound Mamba AES-Analog – 16-Channel Analog to AES/EBU Converter
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Networksound Mamba AES-Analog – 16-Channel Analog to AES/EBU Converter

Analog to Digital Converter from Networksound .

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NetworkSound announced the new addition to the Mamba audio converter product line with Mamba AES-ANALOG, a 16 channel Analog to AES/EBU converter.

The Mamba AES-ANALOG is a stand alone Analog audio to Digital audio converter that can convert 16 channels of line level audio to industry standard 16 channel AES/EBU. It can also convert 16 channels of AES/EBU to 16 analog balanced line level outs. To connect Microphones, you can use any external micpre units with Analog outputs. The unit will operate in 44.1/48kHz @ 24 bits and can be upgraded to full 16 channel 96 kHz/24 bits later. The analog input and output are available thru industry standard Tascam analog DB25s. The AES/EBU input and outputs are Yamaha AES/EBU Db25 pin out compliant. You can also get Mamba AES/EBU DB25 patch bays if you need plug in/out.

 

Key features of Mamba AES-ANALOG converter are:

  • 16 channels from Analog to AES/EBU
  • 16 channels from AES/EBU to Analog
  • Line Level Analog In and out
  • High quality Analog to Digital converters from AKM Semi
  • Max analog input level is +18 dBu
  • Latency ~600 usec @ 48/44.1K
  • AES/EBU DB25 compliant to Yamaha digital AES pin out
  • Use Yamaha DB25 cross cable for direct Yamaha AES
  • Use DB25 to AES breakout cables (Yamaha pin out)
  • Use Yamaha to Tascam cross cable for Tascam DB25
  • External WC (word Clock) switch to set Master or Slave
  • 48 or 96K sample frequency select switch (next version)
  • 44.1k ONLY when Mamba is slave (EXT WC IN @ BNC)
  • 48 K Mamba mode Master or Slave
  • Analog in and out via DB25 (Tascam/Digi Analog standard pin out)
  • Use DB25 to XLR breakout cables to connect to XLR
  • Use DB25 to DB25 cable to connect to Tascam DB25
  • EXT WC in on BNC (44.1/48K )
  • EXT WC out on BNC (48K ONLY)
  • 2 year Limited warranty
  • 1U rack mount box (19"X12"X1.75") @ 9 pounds
  • Solid steel and sleek finish
  • Future upgrade charge to 96K for 16 channel soon

 

For more information visit  www.networksound.com/MambaAESANALOG.html.

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