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Little Labs A AES Digital Audio Mastering Router: This router has been cosmetically and electronically refined from the original model. The router uses a 4-layer circuit board, and all AES ins and outs are transformer coupled and internally ground liftable. All AES outputs if not selected are properly terminated. Switching pops are eliminated. High sample rates and 24-bit digital audio with no sacrifice in performance are possible. All flags and clocks remain intact while passing through this router.
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