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" Very good ... for more expensive!"

Lucid Audio ADA 8824Published on 09/07/13 at 07:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
24-bit, 44.1 or 48 or 96kHz conversion
8 XLR in / 8 XLR Out
SPDIF in / out
AES / EBU 4 in (so 8 channels) / 4 out (8 channels)
Word clock in / out
ADAT in / out
MIDI in / out-thru

So with that there's nothing to do in terms of sync! ;)

Converters Delta / Sigma in two directions

OVERALL OPINION

Although somewhat dated, this converter delivers excellent sound impression. If I had to compare it to present on my RME converters (multiface & babyface) I would say it is at least the same level or even a little more specific (and yet the RME ...!)

Note: there is a configuration tool (communicating via MIDI with the ADA) announced XP compatible but also works very well with......
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24-bit, 44.1 or 48 or 96kHz conversion
8 XLR in / 8 XLR Out
SPDIF in / out
AES / EBU 4 in (so 8 channels) / 4 out (8 channels)
Word clock in / out
ADAT in / out
MIDI in / out-thru

So with that there's nothing to do in terms of sync! ;)

Converters Delta / Sigma in two directions

OVERALL OPINION

Although somewhat dated, this converter delivers excellent sound impression. If I had to compare it to present on my RME converters (multiface & babyface) I would say it is at least the same level or even a little more specific (and yet the RME ...!)

Note: there is a configuration tool (communicating via MIDI with the ADA) announced XP compatible but also works very well with Windows 7. It allows you to enter fully into the settings in more detail than by switches found on the back. One can for example put different attenuation or gain for each input.

Namely, too: the hull heats a bit, so if you count the racker it is probably best to provide a unit on top of free or even low.

If you buy used this machine, do you get this utility to operate at 100% capacity of the equipment.

With hindsight, I would do the acquisition of this converter (very good value)
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  • Manufacturer: Lucid Audio
  • Model: ADA 8824
  • Category: Analog/Digital Converters
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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Other names: ada 8824, ada8824

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