The Aphex 141B is a plug & play, eight-channel digital (ADAT) to analogue converter. Great for live and studio applications where digital audio connections are used to transfer a number of channels in 1 cable. Easy to use, and includes individual volume control across each of the 8 channels. And the DB25 connector allows you to patch directly into a compatible mixer or use a break out cable. Plus its ultra compact design allows you to put it almost anywhere in your setup.
The Aphex 141 was designed from the ground up to do one job exceptionally well: convert eight channels of ADAT to analog output. And you can rely on the 141 for just that. Analog output is provided via standard TASCAM pinout.
The analog audio outputs of the Model 141 are impedance balanced. This is a true balanced circuit, however audio signals appear only on the “+” connector pins. If driving a balanced input, connect the output pins “+” and “-” to the appropriate input connections. It is recommended that the ground be connected only at the receiving end. If driving an unbalanced input, connect “+” to the “hot” input and connect “G” to the ground connection at the receiving end. You can leave the “-” unconnected, or it can be tied to ground. Maximum output level is +24dBu.
- 44.1k and 48k operation
- Independent output level trim adjustments
- Plug and play operation
- ADAT optical input
- 25-pin break-out cable
D to A: Yes
Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz / 48kHz
Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz (+/- 0.5dB)
Bit Depth: 24-bit
Dynamic Range: 114dB
Trim Range: 12dB
Analog Outputs: 1 x DB-25
Digital Inputs: 1 x ADAT (Optical)
Rack Spaces: Half
Weight: 1.6 kg