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Behringer introduces ADA8200 interface

Release Date

Out Now

Product Type

Studio

Manufacturer

Behringer

Contact

http://www.behringer.com

Adam Savage
Behringer introduces ADA8200 interface

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Line Out connectors provide balanced or unbalanced connectivity, and digital I/O is handled via optical socket, which supports up to eight channels of data.

New eight-channel device features mic preamps designed by Midas and Cirrus Logic 24-bit converters.

Behringer has released the ADA8200, an eight-channel A/D and D/A converter with eight onboard Midas-designed mic preamps.

Users can connect their favourite microphones, including studio-grade condensers, due to the presence of built-in true +48V power, and record directly to a multi-track or computer-based recorder via the ADAT interface.

Digital to analog and analog to digital conversion is delivered accurately and instantly through Cirrus Logic 24-bit converters, with a choice of either 44.1 or 48 kHz resolution.

Connections are provided for balanced XLR and ¼" TRS, as well as unbalanced ¼" TS inputs. Line Out connectors provide balanced or unbalanced connectivity, and digital I/O is handled via optical socket, which supports up to eight channels of data.

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Tags: midas, behringer, microphones, recording, audio interfaces, NAMM 2013, ADA8200, analog to digital, digital to analog, cirrus logic

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