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Behringer Ultramatch SRC2000
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  • SebounetSebounet

    Excellent and functional

    Behringer Ultramatch SRC2000Published on 11/02/13 at 00:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Digital converter. Input, aes / ebu, toslink, optical. Output, ditto. This is the equivalent of a digital patch: one entry at a time, but three simultaneous outputs, including format conversion 32khz to 44 khz and various modules corrections digital variations. Clear screen printing, and functional. I bought 10 euros used for that price, hard not to put a maximum score

    OVERALL OPINION

    Significant feature: the systematic screen printing, very understandable. An LED system allows you to know where we are.
    Small hatred: in the user manual, the difference between fashion consumer and professional output is incomprehensible for a non-technician. And I would gladly appreciate a VU me…
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    Digital converter. Input, aes / ebu, toslink, optical. Output, ditto. This is the equivalent of a digital patch: one entry at a time, but three simultaneous outputs, including format conversion 32khz to 44 khz and various modules corrections digital variations. Clear screen printing, and functional. I bought 10 euros used for that price, hard not to put a maximum score

    OVERALL OPINION

    Significant feature: the systematic screen printing, very understandable. An LED system allows you to know where we are.
    Small hatred: in the user manual, the difference between fashion consumer and professional output is incomprehensible for a non-technician. And I would gladly appreciate a VU meter control.

    I do not have the habit to buy Behringer, the low-cost part of waking distrust. But here, for once, it is clear that Behringer has done a good job.
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  • Philippe HélardPhilippe Hélard

    Behringer Ultramatch SRC2000Published on 02/22/04 at 16:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    3 inputs and 3 outputs: S / PDIF optical + S / Pdif electric + AES / EBU.
    16 bits. Worldclock taken.
    Useful as
    - Digital patch bay
    - Worldclock very stable
    - Converter 48 to 44.1 or 32 kHz
    - Removes the copy protection of certain CD or MD

    OVERALL OPINION

    No surprises. Too bad it only works in 16 bits (that's why I sell it)
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