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The Henry Engineering Matchbox HD is a professional grade analog level and impedance converter, serving as an interface between consumer and professional audio equipment.
The Matchbox HD is a bi-directional unit, employing four independent amplifiers to convert stereo inputs and outputs from unbalanced -10 dBv levels to +4 dBm balanced 600 ohm lines. All four outputs are adjustable, accomodating a wide variety of operating levels.
The Matchbox HD also features a HI GAIN mode to properly match the low-level unbalanced outputs of computer sound cards. The unit's direct-coupled circuitry, and wide dynamic range, provides the sonic transparency, fidelity and level required by the digital editors, DAT's, Hard Disk, Flash Card recorders, and other digital audio sources with which it is meant to interface. The unit has an internal power supply, and 3 units may be rackmounted in a single rack tray, or individually wall and cabinet mounted.
Bi-directional, professional stereo level and impedance matching interface for consumer and professional audio gear
Eliminates hum, buzz, and distortion associated with mismatched levels and impedances
4 independent amplifiers with individual output level trims
Unique HI GAIN mode designed specifically to match low-level, unbalanced outputs from computer sound cards
Extended dynamic range, high operating headroom
Solid, all-metal housing with internal AC power supply
1/3 RU rackmount, wall and cabinet mounting options available
In the Box
Henry Engineering THE MATCHBOX HD - Stereo Level Matching Interface/Amplifier
1 Year Warranty
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122 dB(Balanced) 125 dB(Unbalanced)
100 dB Balanced: -100 dB ref. +4 dBu Unbalanced: -95 dB ref. -10 dBv
Maximum Input Level
Not Specified by Manufacturer
Maximum Output Level
Balanced In to Unbalanced Out: +20 dBv Unbalanced In to Balanced Out: +26 dBu