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The AES16e offers 16 channels of 192 kHz AES/EBU I/O. In addition to the base model, the AES16e-SRC includes sixteen channels of sample rate conversion and AES16e-50 will provide up to 32 additional digital inputs/outputs via AES50 technology. The AES16e builds on the capabilities of our industry-standard AES16 with an updated feature set and the benefits of the PCI Express interface. The architecture and higher bandwidth of PCI Express reduces bottlenecks and overhead, which provides higher performance for computer-based high end audio. The AES16e x1 PCI Express card provides 16 channels of 24-bit AES/EBU digital audio at a 192 kHz sample rate in both single-wire and dual-wire AES modes. Designed to integrate digital consoles, multi-channel A/D and D/A converters, hard disk recorders, digital audio workstations and other digital audio equipment, the AES16e is compatible with Windows and Macintosh operating systems. The AES16e-SRC provides 16 channels of sample rate conversion, which may be switched on for any or all of the 8 digital inputs.


Q's: For Pacific Microsonic HDCD Model 2 Owners

...test I played back the file and captured the file back into ProTools 10 HD Native. I'm using a Lynx AES16e (not the SRC model). I don't have any of the cards options selected i.e. Synchrolock or rate lock. The master clock is the Forssell AD (Lynx set to external). All signals in and...

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Antelope Audio Pure2 AD/DA Review I felt it was a step down, so I reverted back to using the AES connections with the Lynx AES16e. Headphone Amp While I was doing this test I also tried the headphone amp in the Pure2 using a set of Sennheiser HD600's. Usually I use the excellent headphone amp in the Studer A807,...

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Mytek AD/DA with PCIE

No sorry... just knowing some people using the AES16e with the Auroras.

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