Following the recent Pulse16 CV Out for use working with modular synths and CV/Gate technology, German converter manufacturer Ferrofish has added the +24dBu I/O model to its Pulse16 Series of AD/DA converters. The new option increases the maximum input and output levels.

Ferrofish Pulse16 +24dBu I/O

In addition to increasing the maximum input and output levels from +20dBu to +24dBu — which complies with the American SMPTE guidelines calling for +24dBu levels for the analog portion to keep all analog and digital levels uniform — the new Pulse16 MX +24dBu model features seamless Adat and Madi integration. This will allow broadcasters to transmit an audio signal over a simple optical Madi cable pair, making high-end multi-channel recording a non-issue. Fanless and compact, the Pulse16 MX takes up 1U space in a rack.

Similar to the Pulse16 MX +24dBu, the DX model features increased input/output levels and Madi and Adat connectivity but brings Dante connectivity into the mix, providing considerable flexibility in application.

The Pulse16 is a high-density converter providing 16 x 16 balanced analogue TRS I/O. Using Cirrus Logic converter chips, the Pulse16 operates with an active digital jitter elimination, which compensates shifts or jitters in the audio signal and provides highest-quality possible audio. The Pulse16 family now includes the Pulse16 DX, Pulse16 MX and the original Pulse16.

The +24dBu I/O model is available for all Pulse16 versions.


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