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Steinberg Nuendo 8 I/O (2002?) 96Khz A/D D/A Converter
« on: December 26, 2017, 04:47:41 PM »
 

8 channel AD-converter, completely symmetrical and DC-coupled audio path, 117 dBA SNR AD
8 channel DA-converter, balanced output, 112 dBA DA
ADAT optical inputs, 24-Bit, based on RME's unsurpassed Bitclock PLL for sample accurate lock
ADAT optical outputs, 24-Bit, fully compatible to all ADAT optical inputs
TDIF-1 interface, 24-Bit, Low Jitter PLL, Emphasis support, DA-88 compatible
Bit Split/Combine, Copy Mode, ADAT and TDIF usable in all combinations
Copy Mode adds a unique 24-Bit ADAT to/from TDIF converter
Digital Patchbay operation, allows to copy, duplicate and distribute the digital input signals
Dither available, for full compatibility to 16-Bit even at 96 kHz
SyncCheck, unique technology to check clock synchronisation
Virtual Sample Buffer, allows to use the internal Low Jitter Clock (quarz crystal) even for DA-conversion
Automatic storage of all settings