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Digital Arc 88 (1998)
« on: April 06, 2015, 01:19:45 AM »
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System requirements:

486 or Pentium processor, Windows 95 or NT 4.0, 16-bit half-length ISA slot

http://web.archive.org/web/19981202114622/http://www.sekd.com/DARC88_Card.htm



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Features

Package Includes:

    Digital ARC 88 card
    Samplitude Studio 4.0

Four digital audio input modes:

    ADAT optical (8 channels)
    S/PDIF optical (2 channels)
    S/PDIF electrical (2 channels) via RCA jack
    S/PDIF electrical (2 channels) via internal CD-ROM cable

Two digital audio output modes:

    ADAT optical + S/PDIF electrical (10 independent channels)
    S/PDIF optical + S/PDIF electrical (4 independent channels)

MIDI:

    1 input (16 channels)
    3 independent outputs (48 channels)

Sample rates:

    44.1 and 48 kHz internal; varispeeds and tracks input devices from 39 to 51 kHz
    16-bit and 24-bit audio data transfer modes

Software:

Standard Windows 95 device driver, compatible with Windows multimedia applications, and a System Tray application for setting sample rate, sync source and input mode, for monitoring channel status (record/play) and input errors, and for controlling varispeed, input monitoring, audio format conversion, Unified Start, The Big Pause, and digital audio transfers from CD-ROMs.

System requirements:

486 or Pentium processor, Windows 95 or NT 4.0, 16-bit half-length ISA slot

Cables included:

    External MIDI breakout cable (9-pin connector to 4 standard MIDI jacks)
    Internal CD-ROM digital audio cable (for 2-pin connector on some CD-ROM drives)

Applications:

    PC hard disk recording, using external A/Ds and D/As or the converters in your DAT or ADAT
    Multichannel digital audio transfers between a PC and an ADAT, CD player, DAT, CD-ROM, etc.
    Direct connection between a PC and digital mixers such as the Yamaha 02R and 03D.
    Digital audio format conversion:
        - ADAT to/from S/PDIF
        - S/PDIF electrical to/from S/PDIF optical
    Multiport MIDI I/O (16 channels in, 48 channels out)

http://web.archive.org/web/19981205045052/http://www.sekd.com/ProdifGold/ProdifGold.htm
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