Four-channel digital audio delay
The RB-DD4 four-channel digital audio delay can delay four mono channels of audio independently or together. Each channel delay is user-selectable from multiples of common video frame rates, or a user-defined value set via the serial interface. The unit is perfect for synchronizing audio to video that has been delayed by processing latency, or for matching analog and digital streams for HD Radio. Using a front-panel button, the user selects which channel needs to be delayed. There is also an all option. Then using another front-panel button the length of delay is set. The connectivity allows for AES3, S/PDIF and TOSLink. All three can be used simultaneously.
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