Sample rates: 44.1/48-88.2-96-176-192 . All +/- 10%<br />Video: PAL/NTSC/60Hz<br />"SuperClock" (256fs)<br />Pull up/down 0.1% and 4% from any sample rate<br />ApogeeÂ´s new Ultra Low Jitter C777 clock<br />Three stage termination indicator (under/correct/over) on each<br /><br />Word Clock output:<br />"SureLock" technology for drop out prevention<br />4 digit numeric true sample rate indication<br />Universal power: 15 W 90-250 VAC 50-60 HZ<br /><br />INPUTS:<br />2 x AES-EBU on XLR 44.1k-192k single-wide and 88.2 kâ192k double-wide.<br />S/PDIF optical on TOS-LINK 44.1-48k<br />S/PDIF coaxial on RCA 44.1-192k<br />ADAT 44.1-48k<br />ADAT/SMUX II for 88.2-96k<br />ADAT/SMUX IV for 176.4-192k<br />Word Clock BNC 44.1 â192k<br />Video<br />Optional video sync (X-Video card sold separately)<br /><br />OUTPUTS:<br />2 x AES-EBU on XLR single or double wide 44.1-192k<br />S/PDIF coaxial 44.1-192k<br />S/PDIF optical on TOS-LINK 44.1-48k<br />6 x BNC Word Clock 44.1-192k (of which 2 can out
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