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Behringer Ultramatch Pro SRC2496

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Behringer Ultramatch Pro SRC2496Published on 10/31/08 at 16:00
Features are ok, it has no provision for accepting unbalanced signal.

Price paid: $199.00 USD

Quite neutral, and transparent.

Very easy to use, it would be nice to be able to store different configurations, but that would be a cost increase.

The quality is great and I did open it up to see just how accurately Behringer implemented the AKM chips and was pleasantly surprised.

OVERALL OPINION

I love it, I use it as a frontend and backend for my soundcards. A dedicated ADC/DAC will always improve the sound of your soundcard.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: analag ( 8-, 2005)...
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Features are ok, it has no provision for accepting unbalanced signal.

Price paid: $199.00 USD

Quite neutral, and transparent.

Very easy to use, it would be nice to be able to store different configurations, but that would be a cost increase.

The quality is great and I did open it up to see just how accurately Behringer implemented the AKM chips and was pleasantly surprised.

OVERALL OPINION

I love it, I use it as a frontend and backend for my soundcards. A dedicated ADC/DAC will always improve the sound of your soundcard.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: analag ( 8-, 2005)
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Behringer Ultramatch Pro SRC2496Published on 05/12/05 at 13:48
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
For specifications, see the Behringer website

OVERALL OPINION

For the price to buy eyes closed!
Nothing to say, is part of the toolbox of home studio.
I have compared to a Converter Goldmund I own (and whose price is 30 times higher!) And of the Behringer has not to be ashamed!
I 'm used every day and nothing to report!
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Behringer Ultramatch Pro SRC2496Published on 01/01/06 at 01:47
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
A / D and D / A
32 kHz and 96 bits 16 24
analog connectors: XLR in / out
dig connections: RCA / XLR / optical dlivrant choice format SPDIF or ADAT AES3 no
what is c gnial that conversion can be done simultaneously a / n and n / a!
AKM converters
headphone jack faade: practice
routing and conversion solutions c top
I hsit not bad for take out with a pramp numrique but ultimately I do not regret because it will serve me for any pramp plutart ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 15 days and I'm really happy
I use to convert the output pramp TLAUDIO and I returned to AES3 on my sound card Hoontech.
at the same time I use the SPDIF output of my card to the ULTRAMATCH that fits......
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A / D and D / A
32 kHz and 96 bits 16 24
analog connectors: XLR in / out
dig connections: RCA / XLR / optical dlivrant choice format SPDIF or ADAT AES3 no
what is c gnial that conversion can be done simultaneously a / n and n / a!
AKM converters
headphone jack faade: practice
routing and conversion solutions c top
I hsit not bad for take out with a pramp numrique but ultimately I do not regret because it will serve me for any pramp plutart ...

OVERALL OPINION

I've had 15 days and I'm really happy
I use to convert the output pramp TLAUDIO and I returned to AES3 on my sound card Hoontech.
at the same time I use the SPDIF output of my card to the ULTRAMATCH that fits on my v-v-verb and verb returns with him to re-enter the map. in fact I use it for decision and the mix and that in appyant of a button.
So now I run 10 simultaneous input on my card!
I found this great tudi equipment and despite the brand Behringer is not always approve, I find the right!
6 months of use no worries, it works very well and it's bone quality.
I would do without this choice problem because it is the conversion solution numrique.
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Behringer Ultramatch Pro SRC2496Published on 09/08/07 at 01:03
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
- What are the conversions suggest?
See site builder.
- What is the connection?
XLR, TOSLINK and RCA Numrique
- What type of converter is used (if A / D or D / A)?
I use it to convert my signal to the SPDIF TosLink XLR Symtrique to send to my box Samson R10S, which returns the same signal (tjs XLR Sym) dlivr signals infrieurs 75 Hz to my Stereo amplifier.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
I use it for 1 year.
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The manual could be clearer ...
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
No.
- How do you report qualitprix?
Well, I think it's the least CHRE tool for this type of conversion......
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- What are the conversions suggest?
See site builder.
- What is the connection?
XLR, TOSLINK and RCA Numrique
- What type of converter is used (if A / D or D / A)?
I use it to convert my signal to the SPDIF TosLink XLR Symtrique to send to my box Samson R10S, which returns the same signal (tjs XLR Sym) dlivr signals infrieurs 75 Hz to my Stereo amplifier.

OVERALL OPINION

- How long have you use it?
I use it for 1 year.
- What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The manual could be clearer ...
- Have you tried many other models before acqurir?
No.
- How do you report qualitprix?
Well, I think it's the least CHRE tool for this type of conversion and this is my motivation Premire ... I think it dnature not much sound and remains fairly Fidler.
- With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...
Yes.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Behringer
  • Model: Ultramatch Pro SRC2496
  • Category: Analog/Digital Converters
  • Added in our database on: 08/10/2008

Ultra High-Resolution 24-Bit/96 kHz A/D-D/A & Sample Rate Converter

The ULTRAMATCH PRO SRC2496 is the successor of the SRC2000, and enables you to transfer digital audio signals between devices with different sample rates, formats or interfaces and remove dropouts or jitter from digital media. Simultaneously operable outputs offer splitter functionality. The 24-bit/96 kHz compatible SRC2496 now offers high-quality 24-bit/96 kHz A/D and D/A conversion. Format conversion between AES/EBU and S/PDIF (coaxial or optical) is provided for, with high-quality signal output with 16-, 20- or 24-bit resolution. Universal sample rate synchronization is done via wordclock or digital input. XLR, RCA and optical outputs are simultaneously operational with separately selectable inputs, turning this unit into a digital patch bay.

Source: Behringer

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