"After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music"
2 channel AD / DAMADA-2
The Forssell Technologies MADA-2 is an extremely high quality, bear-bones, two channel Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) and Digital to Analog Converter (DAC) housed in a 1U rack mount enclosure. The MADA-2 is designed for the most demanding applications, where capturing musical performances with accuracy and honesty is required.
THIS ITEM HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED.
The MADC-4 is an extremely high-quality, four-channel Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) that raises the bar on sound conversion. Offering the ultimate in sound transparency and depth, the Forssell Technologies MADC-4a opens up a new dimension in the realm of AD converters.
Housed in a 1U rack mount enclosure, the MADC-4a is designed for the most demanding applications where capturing musical performances with accuracy is required.
Sample rates from 44.1k to 192k Fs are selected with a single front panel switch, and LED indicators display the selected sample rate.
Digital “clipping” is indicated with a single front panel LED that latches on until the “reset” switch is pressed.
Analog circuitry features an all Class A discrete JFET with no IC opamps used in the signal path.
The analog inputs use high-quality XLR connectors.
The digital outputs provided are AES3 (XLR),SPDIF (RCA), and Word Clock output (BNC) are provided. An additional Word Clock output is available as an option. The MADC-2 digital output word length is fixed at 24 bit.
|Sample Rates available||44.1k, 48k, 88.2k, 96k, 176.4k and 192k|
|Level Calibration||0 dBu Input = -10 dBFs to –20 dBFs in 6 steps (jumpers)|
|Analog Input Impedance||greater than 10k ohm balanced|
|Maximum analog input level||function level calibration (no analog clipping)|
|AES3 (XLR) digital output impedance||110 ohm balanced floating|
|SPDIF (RCA) digital output impedance||75 ohm single ended|
|WC Sync Input||unterminated TTL Level 32k Fs to 200 K Fs and vari-speed|
|WC output||+5V (TTL) unterminated. Requires 75 ohm load termination at load|