Author Topic: Antex StudioCard SC-22 (1998)  (Read 2831 times)

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Antex StudioCard SC-22 (1998)
« on: April 14, 2015, 05:53:09 PM »
2 balanced analog input/output
20-bit AD/DA

supports w95/98/NT


The StudioCard SC-22 is the post-production sound card that does it all. Absolute audio/video lip sync makes synchronizing audio to video automatic. StudioCard SC-22 is the only professional quality audio card to include Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and XP drivers for both the Intel and Alpha platforms. Add this card to your system and enter the next generation of audio for video.

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StudioCard SC-22 is the perfect buy for perfect sync

    Hardware locking to master video clocks
    (54 MHz, 27 MHz or 13.5 MHz)
    Hardware genlock audio to composite video input
    Read and generate SMPTE LTC and VITC
    PCI Bus card - 32 bit data path
    Multimedia Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and XP drivers for
    Intel and Alpha platforms
    2-channel digital audio on a single card (2 in and 2 out)
    Includes all cables to clock lock to common video boards, including DPS, Matrox and others
    Supports 4 stereo tracks to/from hard disk
    Professional balanced inputs and outputs, TRS connectors
    Dynamic range: 96 dB typical, 92 dB minimum
    Total Harmonic Distortion plus Noise (THD+N) 0.003% typical, 0.005% max
    Digital mixing of audio with 32-bit precision, powerful multichannel digital mixer/patch bay software included
    Multiple StudioCards can be clock locked with sample accuracy
    Half size board for easy installation
    Studio quality sound

The StudioCard SC-22 is compatible with a wide range of professional editing, special effects, and multimedia software and hardware. Now you can produce world class, award winning audio using your favorite applications and the StudioCard SC-22

    System Requirements (minimum)
    IBM-compatible personal computer with PCI interface bus
    Pentium 120 or equivalent. and 16 MB of RAM-(32 MB suggested)
    1 G hard disk drive
    SVGA display
    Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and XP