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NetworkSound Releases Mamba 16 Channel Converter

The ANADAT is a AD/DA converter for ADAT

By PSW Staff July 22, 2010

The NetworkSound Mamba ANADAT

NetworkSound has announced a new line of audio converter products starting with Mamba ANADAT.

The Mamba ANADAT is a standalone 16 channel analog line level audio to ADAT converter that can convert microphone level input with the use of any external mic pre.

The unit operates at 48kHz / 24 bits and can be upgraded to 16 channel 96 kHz/24 bits at a later date.

The 96 kHz mode will use SMUX technique as prescribed by ADAT, doubling the number of inputs and output connectors for the same 16 channels.

Features In Brief:
•16 channels from Analog to ADAT
•16 channels from ADAT to Analog
•Max analog input level is +18 dBu, SNR=105 dB, THD+N (1kHz @ -1dBFS) = 0.005% (@48K)
•Maximum output level = +18 dBu, SNR = 114.6 dB, THD+N (1kHz @ -1dBFS) =0.0048% (@48K)
•Input impedance = 4.53 Kohm, Output impedance = 100 ohm
•Latency ~600 usec @ 48K & ~300 usec @ 96K
•ADAT light pipe connector for ADAT in and out
•External WC (word Clock) switch to set Master or Slave
•Analog in and out via DB25 (Tascam/Digi Analog standard pin out)
•Use DB25 to XLR breakout cables to connect to XLRs
•Use DB25 to DB25 cable to connect to Tascam DB25
•1U rack mount box (19″X12″X1.75”) @ 9 pounds



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