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Creamware A-16 UltraPublished on 10/31/08 at 16:00
Nothing is missing. 16 INs, 16 OUTs, ADAT + Z-Link and all the rest. Accepts unbalanced signals which is good because not all my gear is balanced. You need a Creamware soundcard to use it though right now (I think).

Price paid

$999

OVERALL OPINION

Very good AD/DA conversion! Especially for the price.

Easy to use, but you have to first understand the Pulsar routing system.

Seems to be good quality. Never took it out to a concert but seems robust enough.

Love it

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 3-, 2002)
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Creamware A-16 UltraPublished on 10/31/08 at 16:00
It does what it's told to do. 16 an in/out. 2 adat lightpipe in/out. Z-Link. Works with both balanced and unbalanced stuff. Can be used with any adat-unit that got either Z-Link (creamwares own interface) or lightpipe. Got some nice synchronization capabilities. But only 44 or 48KHz...

Price paid: $500 USD

The AD/DA converters are good... but for beein' an adat-converter it's not so much to brag about. For the money it's great!

I had never worked with digital recording before i got this.. so i had to learn about how the signaling stuff works.. not so much that you has to know really. Just plug n' play!

Box of metal.. should not break if you don't throw it on the ground. I've had some......
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It does what it's told to do. 16 an in/out. 2 adat lightpipe in/out. Z-Link. Works with both balanced and unbalanced stuff. Can be used with any adat-unit that got either Z-Link (creamwares own interface) or lightpipe. Got some nice synchronization capabilities. But only 44 or 48KHz...

Price paid: $500 USD

The AD/DA converters are good... but for beein' an adat-converter it's not so much to brag about. For the money it's great!

I had never worked with digital recording before i got this.. so i had to learn about how the signaling stuff works.. not so much that you has to know really. Just plug n' play!

Box of metal.. should not break if you don't throw it on the ground. I've had some prob's with the fan in it. It started sounding loud as ****. No bigger prob, i just opened it and moved it to the side a little. fixed.. But the fan still makes some noise.

OVERALL OPINION

If it wasn't for the noisy fan i would give it 1,5 more points... and if it had a higher sample rate i would add 1,5 more... except from that (+ that it's not so nice to look at if someone is interrested in that fact) it's a really great unit! Perfect breakout box for all "creamware soundcard with Z-link or 2 lightpipe interfaces" owners ;)

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Unknown ( 5-, 2002)
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Creamware A-16 UltraPublished on 03/28/08 at 05:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
16 I / O simultaneous A / D and D / A ADAT format (stand Alone) and ZLINK Format (Creamware)!

OVERALL OPINION

Used since 2004, his 16 in / out and support the audio stream by the DSP cards make its indisputable strength and compared to other stuff like Motu, Reverend ... are relative amount of tracks / price / quality is simply amazing.
I realized these converters with several albums released on the market and recognized by the community for their pro sound quality.
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  • Manufacturer: Creamware
  • Model: A-16 Ultra
  • Category: Analog/Digital Converters
  • Added in our database on: 04/01/2002

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Other names: a 16 ultra, a16ultra, a16 ultra, a 16ultra

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