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SEKD Prodif 88 (2002)
« on: August 05, 2017, 10:09:30 PM »

The Prodif 88 is the first PCI-Interface card for the transmission of Multi-Channel AES/EBU with a maximum 24 Bit/ 96kHz resolution.

A total of 4 AES/EBU-connections are available using a Breakout Cable. Up to four cards can be cascaded within one PC, giving a total of 32 Channels. The Prodif 88 is not only the absolute first choice for DVD-/ Surround- and Multi-Channel productions, but also for the direct connection to AD/DA converters and mixing consoles equipped with AES/EBU-interfaces - thus removing the need for troublesome format converters.

An integrated high-quality analog output allows comfortable monitoring of digital channels. The card can also be synchronized from an external word clock source.

AES/EBU is without doubt the professional standard for digital audio. With today's surround technology, the requirements for the transfer of multi-channel AES/EBU from AD/DA converters is even more relevant. The Prodif 88 offers no less then 4x AES/EBU-I/O's per card!

Fetures of the Prodif 88

4x transformer balanced AES/EBU I/O's (total of 8 audio channels) in 24 Bit/96 kHz high resolution for the connection of equipment via AES/EBU.
High quality analog monitoring output.
Inputs and Outputs able to work at different sampling rates.
Flexible clock settings, internal/external AES and WC.
Expansion up to 3 cards (24 channels in Sync operation)
Simple Plug & Play installation.

Physical: Short PCI board
External Connections Digital: 4x AES/EBU I/O (XLR, 8 channels) via break out cable
Method of Operation: Professional Mode, no emphasis
Non Audio Mode: Yes. 1x Wordclock Input and Output (44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96kHz) via break out cable
Analog Monitor Output: 2 analog balanced outputs.
Max. Output Level: +4 dBu
Supported Sample Rates: 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96kHz.
Bit Depth: 16 and 24 Bit
Supported Clocks: Internal, SES External, Worldclock external. Digital in and Outputs can work with different clocks simultaneously
Cascading: Up to 4 cards, sample synchronous transfer
Supported operating systems: Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT (from SP3), Windows 2000 /XP
Supported driver versions: Windows MME, ASIO
System Requirements:

Pentium II Processor with 300 MHz or higher
64 MB Ram or higher
Free PCI-slot
Windows 95/98/ME, Windows NT 4.0 (SP3 or higher) or Windows 2000 / XP
Windows-compatible audio application (e.g. Samplitude, Cool Edit, Nuendo, Logic Audio, Cubase VST)
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