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Digital Converter from MUTEC

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MUTEC from Germany is now shipping the new MC-7, a Word Clock distribution amplifier and audio clock converter.

The MUTEC MC-7 is designed to convert and distribute Word Clock, AES3/11 and S/P-DIF. The outputs can be individually multiplied by x1, x2, x4 to adapt low-clock-rate-signals to modern and higher-clocked equipment. An incoming reference signal passes latest audiophil-optimized PLL circuits, to be distributed and output as Ultra low-jitter, high-quality clock signal, regardless of the condition of the reference signal, the company says.

FEATURES
• Word Clock, AES/EBU and S/P-DIF interfaces working in one box
• Handles clock rates up to 192.0kHz/768.0kHz
• Extracts and regenerates clock signals out of digital audio signals
• AES11, Grade 1, internal reference clock (0.5ppm)
• Built-in international power supply

APPLICATIONS
• Stellate Word Clock distribution
• Audiophil clock recovery and regeneration
• Interconnection of consumer and professional digital audio devices
• Line extension for e.g. theatre or broadcast installations
• Output expansion for MUTEC’s iCLOCK, iCLOCKdp, iD, iDdp, MC-3, MC-3.1 and MC-3.2.

The MUTEC MC-7 is available at all MUTEC dealers and distributors worldwide from now on.

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