Golly, that's a long time ago! I think the Lynx 2 was the half-rack one...there's also the Adams Smith Zeta III out there. Both were a little cryptic to use with LED only-type readouts - not even really readouts, but combinations of winking lights to tell you what was goin' on. The MicroLynx was much more user frendly (if you can call ANY synchroniser "friendly) as it had an actual menu system with a display. I went through MANY power supplies with the ones I had.
I just need to stripe smpte on tape and sync a studer a827
to protools. So far I have only found a lynx 2 for sale
That'll do the trick. Hope it's cheap and comes with the right cables! If you're only going to transfer once from 2" to Protools and then move on, why bother syncing? If you have to go back and forth, then yeah, you'll need it.
Seeing as most studios rarely fire up their 2" anymore and lot's are going belly-up, you should be able to find plenty of synchronisers on the auction block.