Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Sonicweld Diverter HR USB to S/PDIF converter











































































Features:

Passes up to 24/192 data via asynchronous USB 2.0 operation

Compatible with 16 bit and 24 bit files with sampling rates of 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, and 192kHz. rate

Ultra low-noise power supply reduces random jitter

Precision output clocking circuit for very low deterministic jitter

Unique internal power supply regulation for optimum performance using USB bus power - no external power supply needed!

Aggressive common and differential mode filtration circuit designed for optimum performance using USB bus power

Computer-optimized power delivery networks for wideband, extremely low power supply impedance

Low-jitter master oscillator with ultra-short differential clock delivery path and dedicated, triple-regulated power supply

Active inrush current management protects USB controller

Custom 10 layer circuit boards employs high-speed digital layout techniques, and is fabricated from high-performance microwave laminate material

Custom machined enclosure milled from 6061-T6 solid billet aluminum alloy with stainless steel constrained layer damping plates

Ultra high quality, ruggedized, Amphenol USB "B" input

Utra high quality true 75 ohm BNC digital output (custom CryoParts BNC to RCA adapter provided)

Galvanically isolated SPDIF output

Firmware field upgradable via USB

Top plate incorporates a dimmable LED dot matrix display which indicates the incoming stream’s sample rate. It also displays the product’s firmware revision level upon startup.

Plug and play for Mac users running OSX 10.6.4 or newer, ASIO-compatible driver is supplied for Windows operation.

Verified to work with all Windows versions from XP up (ASIO-compatible driver supplied), and Mac OSX 10.6.4 or higher (no driver required).

$2888/each. Available in beautiful natural machined aluminum, anodized black, or anodized red.

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