Chosen by professional studios around the world, Aurora converters from Lynx offer pristine, open audio for virtually any PC or Mac audio production application. With USB Card
The Aurora 16 AD/DA converters provide world-class analog to digital and digital to analog conversion in a compact one-rack space format. With sample rates up to 192 kHz, Aurora offers wide, open, uncompressed and unequalized audio for studios, mastering facilities, remote recording, broadcast and production. Lynx's exclusive SynchroLock word clock offers extreme jitter reduction, providing clean digital audio signals for Aurora and other digital devices in the studio.
Aurora also avoids some of the limitations that other pro level converters have. Aurora does not have a noisy fan, does not lose channel count at higher sample rates and does not require costly analog and digital modules to achieve the unit's full channel count.
Aurora can be used with any audio content. Equalization and limiting functions, which can color or alter the sound, have not been added. Lynx's design provides accurate conversion, clear clean audio, wide imaging - the sound you put into Aurora is the sound that you get out of Aurora.
Several interfaces allow Aurora to be used in a number of different configurations. LT-HD allows Aurora to be recognized by and controlled from a Digidesign® ProTools|HD system. FireWire access is easy using the LT-FW. 16 channels of ADAT Lightpipe I/O is made available with the LT-ADAT. LT-MADI allows up to four Aurora converters to send and receive up to 64 MADI channels. The LT-USB is a USB 2.0 device for up to 16 I/O channels. And Lynx AES16 and AES16e allow interface with a wide range of Windows and Macintosh computers.
Simultaneous 16 Channel Analog I/O and 16 Channel AES/EBU I/O
24 Bit / 192 kHz Mastering Quality A/D and D/A conversion
192 kHz AES/EBU I/O Supporting Single and Dual Wire Modes
Single Rack Space Configuration
Extensive Remote Control Capability via Lynx AES16, IrDA and MIDI
On-board 32 Channel Digital Mixer Provides Flexible I/O Routing
Word clock I/O with Lynx SynchroLock Sample Clock Technology
Digital I/O DB-25 connectors follow Yamaha pinout protocol
Analog I/O DB-25 connectors follow Tascam pinout protocol