|Card takes up one slot||Handles analog input signals||Laser trimmed components|
|Card takes up three slots||Handles digital input signals||THAT InGenius™ Technology|
Analog 2 ChannelInput card with two balanced analog inputs, gold plated XLR connectors. Laser trimmed resistors for maximum impedance precision and CMMR with well behaving sources. For problematic sources, see the InGenius™ card. Takes up one slot.
InGenius™ 2 ChannelInput card with two balanced analog inputs, gold plated XLR connectors. Takes up one slot. Receiver curcuit operates with laser trimmed resistors for maximum precision. The curcuit also features the patented THAT InGenius™ technology with incredibly enhanced CMMR even on totally mismatched and unbalanced source impedances.
SubD 6 ChannelBalanced analog input card with a gold plated DB25 connector and Tascam analog pinout. Outstanding performance due to laser trimmed resistors. Supports six channels at once. See our download section for the according pinout diagram (which is also printed on the bezel). Line 1 to 6 are routed to the according inputs. Takes up three slots.
AES/EBU & S/PDIF 2 ChannelDigital input card with an XLR connector for AES/EBU signals and an RCA jack for S/PDIF input. Active input is selected with a hardware switch so that two different sources can stay hooked up all the time. Automatically syncs to any clock up to 192kHz at 24Bit. Brilliant sound, finest converters, dedicated digital transformer input for complete galvanic isolation. Takes up one slot.
USB 2 ChannelThe most convenient card for a causual laptop hook up or the like, e.g. when customers bring their gear. Works with Windows™, Mac OS™ and Linux™ without any driver installation or setup hassle. Just connect a USB cable and any computer sound output will automatically be routet to the USB card. Amazing transparent and crisp sound due to the total independence from any computer's power supply. Takes up one slot.
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