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The Behringer Ultragain ADA8200 interface is out

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Behringer Ultragain Digital ADA8200

Behringer announces the availability of its Ultragain ADA 8200 ADAT interface and AD/DA converter, which had been introduced at Winter NAMM.

The Behringer Ultragain ADA8200 offers 8 XLR microphone inputs with built-in MIDAS preamps and Phantom power, 8 balanced jack 1/4" line inputs, 8 balanced XLR line outputs, ADAT I/O and a Word Clock connection.

The 8 AD/DA conversion channels use Cirrus Logic 24-bit converters and you can choose between 44.1 or 48kHz sampling rates.

Behringer adds that all the mic/line inputs can be routed to the ADAT and the ADAT inputs can be routed to the line outs.

The Ultragain ADA8200 is a 19" 1U rack module. Its public price is 381€ / $524.99. More info at www.behringer.com.

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    Posted on 09/24/2013 at 03:29:02
    could have done with a pair of aes50 ports :))#41;40;

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