Merging Technologies AD8DPExtending the flexibility of its Horus Networked Audio Converter, Merging Technologies has released the AD8D and AD8DP cards to support multiple recordings and feeds to front of house sound systems. These provide an additional analogue output after the mic preamplifier – the standard AD8D replaces the AD8 and allows PCM recording up to 192kHz, while the premium AD8DP replaces the AD8P card that allows extreme recording resolutions of DXD at 352.8kHz and all variants of DSD up to 256 (11.2MHz).

They also add a second 25-pin D-Sub connector.

Key features:

· Frequency response: +0/-0.3dB @ Gain 40dB: 10Hz–50kHz
· THD+N (1kHz) Mic at G=0dB: <0.00035%
· Dynamic range (flat 20Hz–20kHz): >122dB
· Dynamic range (A-weighted, typ): 124.5dB
· Max direct output level, typ: +18.5dBu
· Direct output impedance: <100Ω
· Eight Merging -designed pre-amplifiers
· Remote/Local switch to Line Level on a per-channel basis
· Completely remote accessible for all parameter changes
· Phantom power/Phase/Low-cut Filter switchable per-channel

Both card options are shipping now.

More: www.merging.com

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