Top-notch ADAT-to-Analog Conversion from Aphex!
The Aphex 141 is an excellent, cost-effective ADAT to analog converter. Have an ADAT-equipped preamp that you'd like to integrate into an analog system to take advantage of those eight channels? The Aphex 141 was expressly designed to make that D/A conversion, quickly giving you eight channels of 48kHz audio out and into your analog board. Just hook up anything with an ADAT out, and you're ready to go. Ultimately, when what you want is a reliable D/A conversion, time after time, look no further than the Aphex 141.
Aphex 141 at a Glance:
- D/A Workhorse
- Balanced outputs
The Aphex 141 was designed from the ground up to do one job exceptionally well: convert eight channels of ADAT to analog output. And you can rely on the 141 for just that. Analog output is provided via standard TASCAM pinout.
The analog audio outputs of the Model 141 are impedance balanced. This is a true balanced circuit, however audio signals appear only on the "+" connector pins. If driving a balanced input, connect the output pins "+" and "-" to the appropriate input connections. It is recommended that the ground be connected only at the receiving end. If driving an unbalanced input, connect "+" to the "hot" input and connect "G" to the ground connection at the receiving end. You can leave the "-" unconnected, or it can be tied to ground. Maximum output level is +24dBu.
Aphex 141 Features:
- ADAT to analog conversion at 48kHz
- Max Input: 0dBfs
- Max Output: +24dBu
- THD+Noise: -100dB
- Dynamic Range: 114dB
- Trim Range: 12dB
- Jitter: <1nsec
- Power Consumption: 10 watts
- Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz=/-.5dB
- Size: 1/2 Rack
- Weight: 3.5 lbs (1.6kg)
- Connectors: Toslink, 25-pin D-sub Tascam Format, ADAT