The B2 Bomber DAC features unique class-A, discrete op-amps with passive filtering. This makes the B2 DAC ideal for monitoring. With Dante capabilities.
The B2 BOMBER DAC is the result of tireless digital to analog research and development. As a result the B2 DAC features unique class-A, discrete op-amps with passive filtering. This makes the B2 DAC ideal for monitoring. Couple this with state of the art conversion technology and the B2 BOMBER DAC delivers sonic purity and dynamics thus far unheard of.
As a compliment to the B2 ADC, the B2 DAC punches you in the chest with low end while the 3D spaciality and stereo spread give you amazing detail throughout the spectrum. Add to that a sweet tone that is easy on your ears, and you have a unit that you will instantly fall in love with! Both the B2 ADC and B2 DAC feature identical, incredibly low jitter clocking, precision metering and stepped attenuators. Couple the B2 ADC with the B2 DAC and you have the B2 Bomber Master Signal Chain, a force to be reckoned with!
Burl Audio with DANTE
The future is now. Now you have a universal digital audio link that works with every computer and every audio device. You can access any ADC or DAC from any workstation in your studio. That is, if they have DANTE.
Finally a high speed, high channel-count, low latency, long run length, digital link that is networkable. Until now digital audio routing was limited by point-to-point digital links that were either proprietary or based on standards that were written over 25 years ago and use old technology with limited run lengths.
The audio world has been waiting on a modern technology standard, and while others debated, Audinate acted and delivered. Pro audio, film and broadcast have all embraced Audinate's DANTE as the de-facto standard for audio over Ethernet.
Imagine the possibilities when all audio devices can be networked. Large facilities with multiple control rooms and studios can have easy access to each other. Imagine one control room runs out of outboard gear for a mix. No problem, route audio to the AD/DA in the next control room, utilizing its outboard gear. Need to use two studio main rooms with one control room Easy, one DAW has total access to the other studio's AD/DA. The band wants to monitor in the lounge Again, that is no problem, all over standard CAT5e or CAT6 through a gigabit switch. How about simple 2 channel monitoring of a mix-down on a laptop With DANTE'S virtual sound card and an Ethernet jack, also not a problem.
Dante is what makes this all possible and now Burl Audio has embraced this technology. The B80 Mothership, the B2 Bomber ADC and the B2 Bomber DAC are now all Dante compatible.
Now you can run multiple B2 Bombers or a B80 Mothership from a laptop or any computer with just an Ethernet jack. Not only that, but any digital gear, including mixing consoles with Dante, can now directly interface with the B80 Mothership and the B2 Bombers.
Burl Audio prides itself on not only building the best sounding AD/DA converters but also on delivering high channel counts with only the most reliable, proven digital formats. Now with multiple Motherships and Dante, up to 128 channel IO is not a problem. And, those channels can be routed to any other DAW or device on the system.
There are many audio brands coming up with a multitude of ways to use Dante. Burl Audio can speak to them all and they all can have THE BURL SOUND.
You are only limited by your imagination. But have faith, the future rocks.
44.1k Hz to 192k Hz, 24 bit, 2 channel DAC
Proprietary custom design BOPA1, all discrete op-amps
Zero capacitor signal path
Audiophile quality 6 position attenuator with standard headroom settings
High definition metering with simultaneous RMS and peak indication
Dante, 2 AES, SPDIF and Toslink input
BNC word clock input with two outputs of extremely low jitter clock
Frequency response at 48kHz sample rate is 10Hz to 22kHz, +/- 0.1dB
Frequency response at 96kHz sample rate is 10Hz to 30kHz, +/- 0.1dB, -0.3 dB @ 40kHz
Frequency response at 192kHz sample rate is 10Hz to 30kHz, +/- 0.1dB, -1.5 dB @ 90kHz