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Author Topic: Midiman SAM (Adat to SPDIF converter)  (Read 2430 times)

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Midiman SAM (Adat to SPDIF converter)
« on: December 06, 2014, 10:54:18 AM »
http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/may99/articles/midimansam.htm



pros
   Allows ADAT and S/PDIF devices to exchange data simply.
   Can submix ADAT tracks to stereo S/PDIF output.
   24-bit savvy.
cons
   No sample-rate conversion.
   ADAT optical interfacing can't be switched over for S/PDIF use.
   Can't submix ADAT tracks to an ADAT output.
   Cramped mixer layout.
   ADAT track pair mode swaps over ADAT input left/right stereo positions at S/PDIF output.

Quote
Midiman announced the "S.A.M." at NAMM.  It's ADAT to SPDIF or
back...  You can even set the gain and pan for each ADAT channel
and mix down to SPDIF (stereo).  List is $299 and the vapors
rise to the surface in May. -- bret costin