Digital audio signal generator
Digirator DR2: A reference-grade digital audio signal generator with transformer balanced AES3, S/PDIF and ADAT outputs, this unit produces a comprehensive set of audio test signals. The DR2 also supports surround sound test sequences for verification and adjustment of professional Dolby Digital, Dolby E and DTS installations. The internal low jitter clock generator can be synchronized to AES3, DARS, word clock and video signals. Measurement of channel transparency, channel propagation delay and sample frequency is supported.
IP audio codec
Ganymed 1102: This codec is based on the Centauri product family. The focus is to cover applications in the field of audio-via-IP. The Ganymed 1102 is an IP audio codec encoding and decoding high quality audio signals into various coding formats and streaming towards other Mayah Ganymed, Centauri or audio player tools, such as Windows Media, Real Player, Winamp and others.
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SSG series: The SSG Series industrial-grade UPS Plus is available in models from 1.5 to 3kVA. This regenerative on-line UPS is an advanced, robust and rugged system that provides a higher level of power protection. The SSG Series is capable of withstanding elevated temperatures of up to 131 degrees Fahrenheit. It also provides an improved level of battery monitoring and replacement notification, as well as user-friendly, hot-swappable battery packs. Slide-out battery packs are easily replaced through the UPS front panel, without having to remove the UPS from the equipment rack, eliminating the handling of individual batteries and the associated wiring hassles. The SSG Series also gives users the ability to program two independent output load segments. This feature is designed to extend the battery runtime for a specified pair of receptacles for a particular connected device - such as a controller - while cutting off the power to the remaining receptacles after a utility loss or low battery condition.
Sample rate converter
RB-SC2: This 1RU device produces AES/EBU, S/PDIF and Toslink optical level digital audio outputs. The sample rate of the outputs can be set by an internal clock or from various external synchronizer sources. The unit also supports higher sample frequency rates up to and including 176.4kHz and 192kHz. It has two independent sample rate converter circuits and two optional video synchronizing boards that set the output sample rate to 48kHz. A special X-Lock mode allows the unit to function as a full bi-directional sample rate converter with the output of sample rate converter one syncing the input of sample rate converter two and vice versa. A serial RS-232 port is included so that the RB-SC2 settings can be controlled remotely. The front-panel LED indicators alter automatically when using RS-232 commands.
Cab Grabber: The Cab Grabber enables sound engineers to place a microphone on a guitar amplifier or cabinet without the use of a mic stand. Constructed of durable aluminum tubing, the Cab Grabber is lightweight but very capable of holding microphones, including large diaphragm condenser mics weighing up to 16oz. Designed to operate with most guitar combo amps and cabinets on the market, the Cab Grabber will accommodate cabinets ranging from 8 to 14" in depth. Held on to the cabinet by a tension fit design, it will work equally well on cabinets with a flat surface or a recessed edge. The tubular arm, which is threaded to hold any standard microphone clip, will rotate 180 degrees and can be locked into position with a thumb screw. This, plus the ability to place the Cab Grabber at any location on either the side of the cabinet or the top of the cabinet, will allow the user to place the microphone in the exact location they desire.
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