AES/EBU detector switcher
This digital audio detector and switcher has the capability of sensing errors and silences in the digital audio input stream and of automatically switching to a second AES signal or to a third analog source. Besides operating automatically, the AEDS can also be operated manually, either locally or remotely, through its rear panel parallel I/Os or through a USB connection. The AEDS has three inputs and one output: The first two inputs are digital audio inputs with automatic sensing of the data sampling rates. The third input can accept an analog audio source, which is internally sampled at 48kHz. The AES output sampling rate follows the input sampling rate.
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