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Apogee Electronics’ Rosetta 200 is a two channel Analog to Digital and Digital to Analog converter that features the same premium quality signal path as its big brother - the Rosetta-800 - as well as enhanced digital functionality that makes it suitable for a wide variety of applications in the modern digital studio. The Rosetta 200 includes : • 2 channels of premium 24-bit AD/DA conversion • Sample rates up to 192kHz with Apogee’s “Intelliclock” • 2 channels of AES, S/PDIF (coax & optical), and ADAT/SMUX I/O • MIDI I/O (with optional X-FireWire card) • Optional FireWire expansion card for compatibility with OS X, and Windows XP (X-FireWire card) • Optional expansion card for direct connection to Pro Tools HD & Mix systems (X-HD card, X-Digi-Mix card) • “Soft Limit” for maximum digital level without overs • “CODA”: The “APTOMIZER” Level Normalizer, Sample Rate Conversion (SRC), and Apogee’s “UV22HR” for superior dither to 16-bit • Full channel metering

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Evaluating AD/DA loops by means of Audio Diffmaker

... 0.2 dB (R) Corr Depth: 39,7 dB (L), 41,7 dB (R) Difference*: -50.0 dBFS (L), -50.9 dBFS (R) Apogee Rosetta 200 (Winston Tones) -0.1 dB (L), -0.0 dB (R) Corr Depth: 37,9 dB (L), 39,8 dB (R) Difference*: -50.7 dB (L), -50.0 dB (R) Prism ADA-8XR (shelterr) -0,03 dB (L), -0,03 dB (R) Corr...

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Evaluating AD/DA loops by means of Audio Diffmaker

... 0.2 dB (R) Corr Depth: 39,7 dB (L), 41,7 dB (R) Difference*: -50.0 dBFS (L), -50.9 dBFS (R) Apogee Rosetta 200 (Winston Tones) -0.1 dB (L), -0.0 dB (R) Corr Depth: 37,9 dB (L), 39,8 dB (R) Difference*: -50.7 dB (L), -50.0 dB (R) Prism ADA-8XR (shelterr) -0,03 dB (L), -0,03 dB (R) Corr...

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