The 10MX features the atomic precision of 10M and Trinity's groundbreaking jitter management algorithm
As digital devices continue to proliferate the audio signal chain, high quality clocking solutions have never been more critical. Housed in a compact and futuristically designed 1U rack box, the 10MX is manufactured with premium components to deliver the most stable clocking solution in the world. The new, smaller and more efficient Rubidium oscillator demands less power consumption and therefore emits less heat radiation.
The 10MX features multiple atomic outputs, enabling up to ten devices to be clocked simultaneously over 10MHz. Four BNC outputs provide Word Clock (WC) signal, supporting an astounding sampling rate of up to 768 kHz. In addition, four more WC outputs are available through AES and S/PDIF. All features on the new 10MX master clock can be accessed from either the front panel or via the included software control panel, which is available for both OS X and Windows.
4 WORD CLOCKS
The master clock beast: 4 Word Clocks allowing up to 768 kHz
MULTIPLE ATOMIC OUTPUTS
The 10MX's multiple atomic outputs allow up to 10 devices to be simultaneously clocked
2 x S/PDIF and 2 x AES/EBU master clocking outputs up to 192 kHz
Intuitive Software Control Panel
PC/Mac connection via USB, allowing remote control and firmware upgrades
10MX fits any studio environment - from recording to mixing and mastering
10MX is perfectly suited for recording, mixing and mastering environments. Its form factor, occupying only 1U of rack space, makes it ideal for live sound application where rack slots are precious commodity.
The multiple atomic outputs allow up to 10 devices to be clocked simultaneously over BNC outputs of 10MHz. The unit can also be used as a master clock with 4 outputs, supporting the outstanding sampling rate of up to 768 kHz via BNC. Two more clocking outputs are available via AES and two via S/PDIF.
Access all features of 10MX via its user-friendly software app or from the sleek front panel
The new Rubidium Atomic Clock is equally easy manageable either from the front panel or the intuitive software control panel available for OS X and Windows, connecting via a USB port.
THE LEGEND GROWS
The 10MX continues the legacy of the world renowned 10M and Trinity
The new Rubidium Atomic Clock is an epiphany of more than 20 years' expertise in the digital audio world, making vividly real the clarity, depth, width and 3-dimensional distinctive of the analog sound.
Phase Noise (SSB)
1Hz -70 dBc/Hz
10Hz -87 dBc/Hz
100Hz -114 dBc/Hz
1kHz -130 dBc/Hz
10kHz -140 dBc/Hz
Time drift in a 24-hr period:
8 - 10 minutes (depends on ambient temperature)
Word Clock Input
1 x Word Clock Input @ 75 Ohms 3Vpp on BNC 44.1 - 384kHz
Maximum Shock Withstanding Non-operating, flight case mounted
100m/s2 (~10.2 g*), 11 msec half-sine pulse per IEC 60068-2-27:2008
Non-operating, in original packing
300m/s2 (~30.6 g*), 5 msec half-sine pulse per IEC 60068-2-27:2008
* g - gravitational acceleration
Word Clock: 4 x BNC
AES/EBU: 2 x XLR
S/PDIF: 2 x RCA
Word Clock Outputs
4 x Word Clock Outputs @ 75 Ohms 3Vpp on BNC 44.1 - 768 kHz square wave signal
USB 2.0 Hi-Speed; Data stream up to 480Mbits/384kHz, Type B