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Focusrite ISA828 Eight Channel A-D Converter Now Shipping

By the time the doors open at NAMM 2008, the optional eight-channel A-D converter card for Focusrite's new ISA828 eight channel pre will be available from all good pro audio stores across the globe. The ISA828 eight channel 192kHz A-D is the first audio A-D converter to utilise Burr-Brown Pro Audio Amplifiers and flagship PCM4220 A-D converter chips....

By the time the doors open at NAMM 2008, the optional eight-channel A-D converter card for Focusrite's new ISA828 eight channel pre will be available from all good pro audio stores across the globe. The ISA828 eight channel 192kHz A-D is the first audio A-D converter to utilise Burr-Brown Pro Audio Amplifiers and flagship PCM4220 A-D converter chips.

With cutting-edge conversion technology seated within Focusrite custom analogue circuitry, the card delivers unparalleled performance; specifications include a dynamic range of 122dB and jitter less than 250 picoseconds. The card can be retrofitted at any time and, thanks to its convenient 25 pin D-Type connector, integrates seamlessly with ProTools HD as well as other popular hard disk recorders and mixing desks.

Digital formats include an eight-channel single/dual wire AES/EBU and SPDIF output, as well as an eight-channel ADAT lightpipe (SMUX/SMUX2) output. Wordclock I/O is provided via dedicated BNC connectors.

www.focusrite.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006