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  • Docteur FrogDocteur Frog

    E-MU 6861 ADATPublished on 09/04/08 at 02:37
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    In the catalog of options for E-mu Samplers, the 6361 map is now one of indispensable.
    This upgrade provides 16 digital audio outputs (2 optical slots) and 8 digital audio inputs (1) Adat format.


    This option takes the place of the Slot Expansion Board Sampler. It automatically replaces the expansion card Analog Out ​​8. It Cheese or Dessert ...

    I allowed myself to put a link to the documentation and technical data and installation instructions on the following pdf:::
    http://www.ezman.ukfsn.org/emusonacid/6861 20ADAT%%% 20Interface 20Installation.pdf ( http://www.ezman.ukfsn.org/emusonacid/6861%20ADAT%20Interface%20Installation.pdf ) .

    The complete kit includes:::
    (1) install…
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    In the catalog of options for E-mu Samplers, the 6361 map is now one of indispensable.
    This upgrade provides 16 digital audio outputs (2 optical slots) and 8 digital audio inputs (1) Adat format.


    This option takes the place of the Slot Expansion Board Sampler. It automatically replaces the expansion card Analog Out ​​8. It Cheese or Dessert ...

    I allowed myself to put a link to the documentation and technical data and installation instructions on the following pdf:::
    http://www.ezman.ukfsn.org/emusonacid/6861 20ADAT%%% 20Interface 20Installation.pdf ( http://www.ezman.ukfsn.org/emusonacid/6861%20ADAT%20Interface%20Installation.pdf ) .

    The complete kit includes:::
    (1) installation instructions
    (1) ADAT interface board I / O
    (1) 50-pin ribbon cable, connector 2x25x4
    (2) 8-pin ribbon cable, 2x4 pin connector
    (2) 3-pin cable, 1x3 pin connector
    (1) Optical interface cable
    (1) 2-pin jumper block

    COMPATIBILITY::: - EIV
    - E4X *
    - E4X Turbo *
    - E4 K
    - E4 K Turbo
    - ESynth Rack *
    - ESynth K
    - E5000 ULTRA
    - E6400 ULTRA
    - ULTRA ESynth
    - ULTRA E4XT

    * No need to change food as for Rfx32 on old samplers.

    <p class="bbcode-offtopic"> Off topic: <span>Further information::: USA.
    ADAT Digital I / O Card for Digital Studio Connectivity
    The ADAT I / O card product line E4 allow all owners to sample Two of the eight incoming ADAT lightpipe inputs as well as audio output 16 channels in Two Separate Separate 8 channel streams. The ADAT options allow users to connect Their Emulator 4 samplers to digital gear Such as recorders, digital mixers, and digital audio workstations. The ADAT interface works with ALL family E4 products except e64, retails for $ 549, cavities part number 6861, and now est disponible.</span>

    The option price was still new in 2002 from 590 euros.

    The installation is easy and can be performed by the user's Sampler himself provided he likes to put the fingers in these maps and circuits. (See PDF features)

    Otherwise, the intervention of an electronics would be preferable.
    However, there is nothing complicated.


    The quality of the card is up to the dynamic analog samplers.
    Routing and its use since the sampler is simple.

    This option is included in the original E-4 Ultra Platinum and its use with a digital console makes the E-mu sampler even better.
    No problem with the routing configuration and optional RFX-32.

    This option takes the place of the Slot Expansion Board Sampler. It automatically replaces the expansion card Analog Out ​​8. It Cheese or Dessert ...
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