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Analog/Digital Converter from SSL belonging to the XLogic series.

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  • musiquepat2703musiquepat2703

    Excellent

    SSL XLogic Alpha Link AxPublished on 03/15/13 at 04:23
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Conversions 48 to 96.
    Madi connections, word clock, adat

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this machine since 2008. I found him very transparent, it is not the type to put a particular color, but for the rest it is in and what comes out is perfectly coherent.
    Its price is very affordable for the same quality I do not know of any other products.
    I sincerely recommend, only flat configuration system is absurd.
  • LestienLestien

    tres bien!

    SSL XLogic Alpha Link AxPublished on 02/10/13 at 12:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    24 Converters AD / DA in three banks of 8 to 25 subD cabler XLR M / F format Adat up to 96 k
    Port Madi (56 or 64 channels)
    Word Clock I / O integration easy, no problem recognized by all apps
    very stable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hello,
    I have this interface for 3 years and I am extremely happy it's stable does not crash all goes well
    I can not give an opinion on the converters because I do not use it because I scan from my pre-amp (1788A and 430mk2 1SA) and then flows via Adat 02R 96 ... no comparison for the moment ... I know ç'est not serious .. :) But Cabling is specific and I have not yet produced ... (SOuTH XLR) The Madi, it's great is not it obvious paramatrer (keystrokes…
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    24 Converters AD / DA in three banks of 8 to 25 subD cabler XLR M / F format Adat up to 96 k
    Port Madi (56 or 64 channels)
    Word Clock I / O integration easy, no problem recognized by all apps
    very stable.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Hello,
    I have this interface for 3 years and I am extremely happy it's stable does not crash all goes well
    I can not give an opinion on the converters because I do not use it because I scan from my pre-amp (1788A and 430mk2 1SA) and then flows via Adat 02R 96 ... no comparison for the moment ... I know ç'est not serious .. :) But Cabling is specific and I have not yet produced ... (SOuTH XLR) The Madi, it's great is not it obvious paramatrer (keystrokes) but everything is well explained in the documentation and online service Juke box is quite friendly and efficient.
    I find not too expensive given the prestige of the brand and then protools regulars are being trusted by its appearance ....
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  • Rubber bandRubber band

    SSL XLogic Alpha Link AxPublished on 01/20/13 at 08:07
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    24 channels Conversion NA / AN sampled from 44.1 to 96 kHz.
    Audio Connectors: Pin 8 channels by Sub D 25.
    Digital connections: ADAT, Madi.
    Word clock Syncro
    128 db dynamic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use two machines AX and SX for about 4 years. Machines faithful. Little or no problem.
    Two preamps ope unleashed on a machine, difficult to repair because the supply in SSL is not simple. Apart from that I am happy. The sound is musical and clear, especially in reading. For the acquisition, I go through a Apogee AD 8000 and I have a clock Mutec MC3 for blistering this little world. This detail is important, I heard the difference in using an external clock quality.
    In this price r…
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    24 channels Conversion NA / AN sampled from 44.1 to 96 kHz.
    Audio Connectors: Pin 8 channels by Sub D 25.
    Digital connections: ADAT, Madi.
    Word clock Syncro
    128 db dynamic.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use two machines AX and SX for about 4 years. Machines faithful. Little or no problem.
    Two preamps ope unleashed on a machine, difficult to repair because the supply in SSL is not simple. Apart from that I am happy. The sound is musical and clear, especially in reading. For the acquisition, I go through a Apogee AD 8000 and I have a clock Mutec MC3 for blistering this little world. This detail is important, I heard the difference in using an external clock quality.
    In this price range, at the time I bought my two SSL around 2000 € piece about, it was hard to get 24 in / 24 out with the audio quality.
    Today, unless you buy used, from 1000 to 1200 approximately €, I think I will buy the Antelope Audio Orion. Unbeatable value for money 32 in / 32 out for 2500 € with probably the best clock it is, what makes the difference.
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  • chandrasekarchandrasekar

    Excellent quality / price ratio

    SSL XLogic Alpha Link AxPublished on 08/01/11 at 09:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Conversions: 44.1 / 48/88/96

    Number of channels: 24 x (A / D & D / A)

    Connectors: D-Sub / ADAT

    (Combined with an external clock Mutec)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for 2 years.

    I owned Apogee 16X, Lynx Aurora.

    SSL seems to be the most accurate over the entire spectrum.
    24 channels correspond to the maximum conversions of my needs.
    This allows me, in addition, to manage the entire returns headphones during the recording sessions.

    The price / quality ratio seems unbeatable ...

    Yes, I do it again this election, regardless of my budget.
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    Conversions: 44.1 / 48/88/96

    Number of channels: 24 x (A / D & D / A)

    Connectors: D-Sub / ADAT

    (Combined with an external clock Mutec)

    OVERALL OPINION

    Used for 2 years.

    I owned Apogee 16X, Lynx Aurora.

    SSL seems to be the most accurate over the entire spectrum.
    24 channels correspond to the maximum conversions of my needs.
    This allows me, in addition, to manage the entire returns headphones during the recording sessions.

    The price / quality ratio seems unbeatable ...

    Yes, I do it again this election, regardless of my budget.
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  • ZguignouZguignou

    SSL XLogic Alpha Link AxPublished on 04/19/09 at 02:03
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    A / D and D / A, 24 / O!
    ADAT digital inputs / outputs and analog inputs and outputs in sub-d25

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year
    strong point is really the 24 / O in a 2U rack and for the price ...
    I had a behringer ada before, needless to say it has nothing to do. Compared to my RME Fireface 800, the analog outputs of SSL have 6 dB more. Has brought the same level is very similar, with perhaps a slight feeling of punch and solidity in the SSL. In terms of A / D conversion the SSL treble sweeter than my Apogee MiniMe, in short, more enjoyable.

    The report price is very good quality, despite a poor finish quality the machine does its job.
    Small adjustment to re…
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    A / D and D / A, 24 / O!
    ADAT digital inputs / outputs and analog inputs and outputs in sub-d25

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year
    strong point is really the 24 / O in a 2U rack and for the price ...
    I had a behringer ada before, needless to say it has nothing to do. Compared to my RME Fireface 800, the analog outputs of SSL have 6 dB more. Has brought the same level is very similar, with perhaps a slight feeling of punch and solidity in the SSL. In terms of A / D conversion the SSL treble sweeter than my Apogee MiniMe, in short, more enjoyable.

    The report price is very good quality, despite a poor finish quality the machine does its job.
    Small adjustment to report, a background noise of the worst digital effects on output. There is a small screw inside to calibrate that disappears ca ...

    I would do without hesitation that choice, 24 I / O that the price of this quality ....
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