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Benchmark's DAC1 and DAC2 D/A converter families have been the reference to which other converters have been compared. It is rare to find a converter review that does not draw comparisons to the DAC1 or the DAC2. Benchmark converters are in daily use at many of the world's finest recording studios and mastering rooms. Benchmark converters are also enjoyed by thousands of audiophiles. Benchmark has raised the bar again ... the DAC3 defines a new reference.




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All Benchmark converters are designed for maximum transparency. This transparency is absolutely essential in the studio monitoring chain. For this reason, DAC3 converters are ideal for critical reference-quality professional systems. Unlike many competing products, the DAC3 is not designed to add "euphonic" coloration to the audio. Instead it is designed to be as uncolored and natural as possible.


When Benchmark's professional converters are used in hi-fi applications, studio-quality sound can be enjoyed in a home environment. Enjoy pure music without any coloration from the electronics. Hear the music exactly the way it was heard in the studio, and exactly the way the artists intended.


Transparent sound can go beyond replicating the studio experience. Recordings that have been produced with a natural and unprocessed sound can transport you to the performance space. But, this can only happen when the entire playback chain is selected for maximum transparency.


Benchmark's DAC1 family of D/A converters have been the reference to which other converters have been compared. It is rare to find a converter review that does not draw comparisons to the DAC1. The DAC1 has been the best-selling 2-channel reference-quality converter and is in daily use at many of the finest recording studios and mastering rooms. DAC1 converters are also enjoyed by thousands of audiophiles. Benchmark has raised the bar ... the DAC2 defines a new reference.


All Benchmark converters are designed for maximum transparency. This transparency is absolutely essential in the studio monitoring chain. For this reason, DAC2 converters are ideal for critical reference-quality professional systems. Unlike many competing products, the DAC2 is not designed to add "euphonic" coloration to the audio. Instead it is designed to be as uncolored and natural as possible.


Standalone AD/DA converters and preamps can be used alongside other digital gear: To expand other interfaces, to connect to live or studio digital consoles, to connect to broadcast equipment. With Standalone mode you can also bypass the converters of your existing gear.


REAPER's full, flexible feature set and renowned stability have found a home wherever digital audio is used: commercial and home studios, broadcast, location recording, education, science and research, sound design, game development, and more.


Efficient, fast to load, and tightly coded. Can be installed and run from a portable or network drive. Powerful audio and MIDI routing with multichannel support throughout. 64-bit internal audio processing. Import, record to, and render to many media formats, at almost any bit depth and sample rate. Thorough MIDI hardware and software support. Support for thousands of third-party plug-in effects and virtual instruments, including VST, VST3, LV2, AU, DX, and JS. Hundreds of studio-quality effects for processing audio and MIDI, and built-in tools for creating new effects. Automation, modulation, grouping, VCA, surround, macros, OSC, scripting, control surfaces, custom skins and layouts. A whole lot more.


EZ CD Audio Converter is a music converter software designed to provide audio format conversions in the highest audio quality. Easy to use, the most comprehensive audio file format converter trusted by home users, audio enthusiasts, professionals, studios, and radio stations worldwide.


The ConVertor E1 merges the pro-studio into the Eurorack modular synth. Translating the natural nuances of an audio signal to analog and digital synthesizers, accurately, in an ultra-compact but expandable module. Developed from the ground up, the ConVertor E1 packs an enormous amount of features compared to its size. With a professional preamp, internal VCO, VCA, attenuvertor, analog compressor, CV compressor/expander, quantizer, DCO, auto-gain, and multiple expansion options both in software and hardware.


For more than a century, Yamaha has been building a legacy of superior craftsmanship and innovation exemplified in all of our products, from an unrivalled catalog of world-class musical instruments to touring-grade professional audio. Now in its third incarnation, the MG Series embodies this pursuit of design excellence, and incorporates some of the same technologies developed for use in high-end professional consoles, including studio-quality preamps, powerful digital processing, and a rugged, reliable construction.


Along with realistic preamp emulations, powerful DSP, and other features, this interface is one of the very best you can get for your home studio. If you need the best and are willing to pay the price, look no further than the Apogee Symphony Desktop interface.


This interface offers an affordable version of the SSL sound. The basic idea is to provide a similar vibe reminiscent of those legendary recordings made in 7-figure recording studios within reach of everybody.


16-bit, 44.1 kHz PCM digital audio continues to be the standard for high quality audio in most current applications such as CD, DAT, and high-quality PC audio. Recent technological developments and improved knowledge of human hearing, however, have created a demand for greater data word lengths. Analog-to-digital converters now available support 18-, 20-, and 24-bits and are capable of exceeding the 96dB dynamic range available using 16-bit data words. Many recording studios now routinely master their recordings using 20- or 24-bit recorders. These technological developments are beginning to make their way into the consumer and "prosumer" audio applications. The most obvious consumer audio impact is DVD which is capable of carrying audio with up to 24-bit resolution at sample rates well above 48 kHz. Another example is a 16-channel digital home studio recorder, capable of sampling at a 96 kHz sample rate with 24-bit resolution. In fact, three trends can be identified which have influenced the current generation of digital audio formats which are set to replace CD digital audio. These can be summarized as follows:


The KH 120 is Neumann's trailblazer model and development yardstick for compact studio monitors. It has been a reference class for close-range monitoring since 2011. Enormous power reserves meet high-precision sound conduction. The result: Maximum signal fidelity and distinctly contoured transients across the entire, neutrally designed frequency response. This enables you to precisely control tonal depth, spatial image and even the smallest details in the mix.


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