This D-A converter boasts a range of useful features — as well as impressive performance.
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Reviews: A-D / D-A Converter
This device packs 32 channels of bidirectional analogue-to-Dante conversion in a 1U rackmounting box...
Find out how Mytek’s latest reference-level converter stacks up against the competition.
Though aimed squarely at the serious hi-fi market, this class-leading converter has plenty to offer in the studio.
With eight channels of mastering-grade D-A conversion, this device packs a big sound into a 1U box.
Fifteen years after releasing their first D-A converter, Dangerous have brought out their first A-D. Was it worth the wait?
Dave Hill’s uncompromising converter design focuses on making clock jitter as low as possible, with impressive results.
What’s new in Focusrite’s updated multi-channel mic preamp?
This modest-looking box is among the best-performing two-way converters available, and boasts a huge array of thoughtful features.
With a whopping 32 analogue inputs and outputs, there’s more to this stand-alone converter than meets the eye.
With eight new Air preamps and two-way ADAT connectivity, could this be the best way to expand your audio interface?
With remote control, USB audio interfacing and the sublime sonic performance for which Grace are known, the m108 doesn’t disappoint!
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We take Antelope’s latest mastering–grade converter and monitor controller for a spin.
Sometimes, a full-blown multi-channel rackmounting interface is just too cumbersome and inconvenient for the task in hand.
This complex, multi-faceted device offers more than you’d imagine at first glance...
When it comes to D-A conversion, this company is called Benchmark for a reason. How have they raised the standard this time?
Is there a place for MADI audio interfacing in the project studio? SSL believe there is, and offer a range of interfaces to fill it.
The latest firmware update for Lynx's LT-HD card enables their highly regarded Aurora 16 and Aurora 8 A-D/D-A converters to emulate Avid's HD I/O converters