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  • carb0necarb0ne

    Prism Sound Dream AD-2Published on 10/11/04 at 01:51
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    AD converter, 16 or 24 bits, 32 kHz to 96 kHz.
    Between:
    * Symrtiques XLR (X2)
    * Numriques (2 AES / EBU XLR, ADAT / TOSLINK, RCA)
    Outputs:
    * 2 AES / EBU XLR
    * ADAT / TOSLINK
    * RCA

    Double converter supporting two formats indpendants output. Couraging any kind of format conversion mode digital-digital (SD).
    AD converters trs high-end components tris (eg, DD mode, converting 96 kHz to 44.1 kHz S / N ratio of 157 dB).
    Strong color dithering (SD mode):
    * TPDF classic
    * Super noise shaper (SNS1 SNS4) - curves provided in the manual.

    Misc:
    * LCD screen
    * Adjustable LED brightness
    * 4 factory presets in AD, 4 SD
    * 4 user presets in AD, 4 SD

    Note: Use with DA2 (…
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    AD converter, 16 or 24 bits, 32 kHz to 96 kHz.
    Between:
    * Symrtiques XLR (X2)
    * Numriques (2 AES / EBU XLR, ADAT / TOSLINK, RCA)
    Outputs:
    * 2 AES / EBU XLR
    * ADAT / TOSLINK
    * RCA

    Double converter supporting two formats indpendants output. Couraging any kind of format conversion mode digital-digital (SD).
    AD converters trs high-end components tris (eg, DD mode, converting 96 kHz to 44.1 kHz S / N ratio of 157 dB).
    Strong color dithering (SD mode):
    * TPDF classic
    * Super noise shaper (SNS1 SNS4) - curves provided in the manual.

    Misc:
    * LCD screen
    * Adjustable LED brightness
    * 4 factory presets in AD, 4 SD
    * 4 user presets in AD, 4 SD

    Note: Use with DA2 (also onreux ...).

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used in the studio since January 2004.
    Most:
    Simplicity of use *
    * Non-standard performance
    * Reliability (conversion, clock, dithering ...).

    The -:
    * The price (about 9500 euros ...).

    Conclusion:
    * A high quality product every studio pros advise
    * The price hlas Reserved to the most demanding professionals.
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