No, the Convert line of D/A products are redesigned from the ground up, featuring a highly sophisticated clocking system and the latest generation Analog Devices DAC components. Being Dangerous these converters continue the previous legendary lineage as the next generation; utilizing the Dangerous/Muth analog back-end… READ MORE Is this the same converter as the Source, D-Box, or DAC-ST?
Try doing a soft reset on the ST’s remote so that the remote “pings” the Convert. You can do this by holding down the setup button for one second until it stays blue, then pressing the PPI button.
To activate OPTICAL SPDIF (TOSLINK), simply hold the ADAT Ch. 1-2/OPTICAL button for 5 seconds until the green OPTICAL SPDIF LED lights.
The input source connected to AES/SPDIF-2 can actually be routed back up USB and into the session. This can be leveraged as a digital through for a final mixdown, thus allowing the engineer to toggle between AES/ SPDIF-2 and USB (pre plug-in treatments and post… READ MORE What is that little USB LED?
Monitor an external A/D converter while simultaneously utilizing the thru for sending to another recorder or route the audio back into the session for more processing. Send the thru to a secondary D/A (i.e. Dangerous Source in the client lounge) or into an external digital… READ MORE Why are there digital thru’s for the AES/SPDIF inputs?
Simultaneously view Peak Over Average. This reveals the audios crest factor by supplying both RMS information and Peak information, aiding the quest to retain dynamics and musics emotive properties.
Send a stereo signal (channels 1 and 2 of the ADAT device) with a sample rate up to 192 KHz with only one ADAT optical cable/connection.