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The new AES16e-50 PCI Express Card from Lynx Studio Technology offers 16 channels of 192 kHz AES/EBU digital I/O via its two d-sub ports and has 32 digital I/O channels using AES50 technology.


AES50 is described as “providing a bi-directional, point-to-point connection for multi-channel audio and system control over a single CAT5e or CAT6 cable.”

“The benefits include reliable high-bandwidth data transfers, low latency, and low clock jitter. Complete networks can be built using routers with multiple AES50 ports, ” according to Lynx.

The AES50 port on the AES16e-50 provides up to 32 channels at 48 kHz, 24 channels at 96 kHz and 12 channels at 192 kHz. The single network cable also transmits sample clock and control data, making the AES16e-50 ideal for permanent installations, broadcast and live sound applications. Sixteen channels of sample rate conversion is also included on the AES16e-50.

Pricing & Availability
The Lynx AES16e-50 will have a US suggested retail price of $995 and will be available in the first quarter of 2009.

Check out www.lynxstudio.com for more info.
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