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SKU

5506

Weiss ADC2

Analog to Digital Converter
MFR# ADC2

Product Description

The Weiss ADC2 is the successor of our renowned two channel ADC1-MK2 A/D Converter.

The ADC2 uses state of the art A/D chips in our proven “correlation technique” configuration, which lowers converter imperfections.

The analog input stages are kept balanced from the input connectors throughout to the converter chips. A high quality microphone preamplifier is built in as a standard feature.

Supported sampling frequencies are 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4 and 192 kHz.

Output formats are AES/EBU in one or two wire technique, S/PDIF as well as Firewire for a direct connection to computers.

Synchronization can be internal or external through AES/EBU or BNC (Wordclock).

The built in digital peak limiter allows for setting a generous headroom on the analog inputs and still get a full scale signal at the converter’s output.

A large bar graph shows the level to the A/D input, the output level and the gain reduction in the aforementioned Limiter.

The output word-length can be reduced from 24 to 16 bits with the built in POW-R dithering. It is even possible to have one output running at 24 bits and another one at 16 bits. This feature comes handy when a safety copy to e.g. a DAT has to be made.

The analog input sensitivity can be set in 6dB steps via a relais controlled attenuator. An additional gain control is implemented in the DSP chip in the digital domain.

Both channel 1 and channel 2 are fully independent, except for the sampling rate and for the dither settings.

The AES/EBU sync input can be used as a digital audio input. This allows to limit and / or dither digital audio signals. The peak hold feature can be used to monitor a transfer and check for overloads which may have occurred.

Product Specifications

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