Lavry Engineering Inc. announces the LavryBlack AD10 stereo A/D converter ($TBA). Designed for recording and broadcast applications, the LavryBlack AD10 introduces the company’s Digital Alias-Free Emulation™ mode conversion. With this exclusive system, in addition to Clear mode, users can select the input characteristic of Tube, Transformer or both.
The LavryBlack AD10 is accessible via an interface controlled by a single toggle switch, which uses multiple displays for heightened efficiency within the compact half-rackspace enclosure.
Other highlights include Internal Crystal 44.1-, 48-, 88.2- and 96kHz sampling rates; stable internal and external clocking; greater than 117dB dynamic range (unweighted), 120 dB (weighted); less than .0009% THD+N (20-20k Hz); external word clock or AES sync for 32-100k Hz operation; 24-bit AES/SPDIF and optical outputs; +4dBu XLR and -10dBV TRS analog inputs; 14-segment digital meters with peak hold; and meter display gain setting in 1dB steps.
Lavry Engineering will display its full product line at the 123rd AES Convention in New York City’s Javits Center, October 5-8, 2007, in booth #249.