Lynx Studio Technology E22 PCI Express Card - Audio Interface (2 x Analog / 2 x Digital)

BH #LYE22 • MFR #E22
Lynx Studio Technology
Lynx Studio Technology E22 PCI Express Card - Audio Interface (2 x Analog / 2 x Digital)
Key Features
  • PCIe Card
  • 2 Channels of Analog AD/DA
  • 2 Channels of AES3 or S/PDIF I/O
  • 24-Bit/192 kHz
The E22 from Lynx Studio Technology is a PCI Express card that deliverers 2 channels of mastering-quality analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion, as well as 2 channels digital I/O with wordclock. The card is ideal for capturing and archiving historic and classic material, broadcast applications, audio measurement, and audio production, as well as military, medical, and industrial applications that require full audio spectrum capabilities with extreme accuracy and reliability.
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Lynx Studio Technology E22 PCI Express Card - Audio Interface (2 x Analog / 2 x Digital)

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Lynx Studio Technology E22 Overview

The E22 from Lynx Studio Technology is a PCI Express card that deliverers 2 channels of mastering-quality analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion, as well as 2 channels digital I/O with wordclock. The card is ideal for capturing and archiving historic and classic material, broadcast applications, audio measurement, and audio production, as well as military, medical, and industrial applications that require full audio spectrum capabilities with extreme accuracy and reliability.

The E22 PCIe provides high bandwidth, low latency, and minimal interference from operating system processes. The field-programmable hardware can be updated via online firmware updates, ensuring the card's longevity as newer features and technologies are released. Up to four cards can be installed into a single computer and with the included Lynx mixer application, the E22 can turn a computer into a powerful digital router or patchbay with zero-latency monitoring, accurate metering, extensive flexibility, and minimal cabling.

Offering a solution for jitter problems in AES signals, the card incorporates SynchroLock technology that provides extreme jitter tolerance at all inputs. By coupling statistical analysis with low-noise clock generation techniques, SynchroLock is able to extract a very clean clock from AES signals affected by long cable lengths and other noise sources.

Note:
Requires CBL-L22Audio for analog I/O and CBL-L22Sync for digital and wordclock I/O (not included) for full operation.
  • Hi-Speed PCI Express connectivity
  • Mastering-quality analog inputs and outputs
  • Digital ports are user-switchable between AES and SPDIF
  • Up to four Lynx PCIe cards can be used in a single computer for a total of 16 possible I/O channels
  • Includes Lynx Mixer to manage all settings, save scenes, and facilitate low-latency hardware monitoring
  • Sample rates: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 kHz
  • Extremely low-jitter SynchroLock sample clock generator
  • Fixed or adjustable trim level on all analog I/O’s, relay controlled
  • Automatic output muting on power on/off (de-thump)
  • FPGA-based on-board hardware mixing
  • V2 DMA Engine promotes extremely low-latency operation
  • Supports operation within popular Thunderbolt expansion chassis by Magma, Sonnet, and others
  • Supports ASIO and WDM for Windows and Core Audio for Mac OS X
  • Fully supports current operating systems from Windows 7 and Mac OS X 10.8, and above
  • Full WDM implementation allows multiple channel support of 5.1 and 7.1 surround playback formats
  • Easily installed into PCI Express capable Mac or Windows computers
  • Supports external clocking via wordclock or a digital input
  • Trim pots for calibrating analog inputs and outputs to any professional or consumer reference level
  • Field programmable with downloadable firmware updates
  • RoHS compliant
  • Designed and built in the USA

 

UPC: 690534000340

Lynx Studio Technology E22 Specs

ConvertersNot applicable
Sample Rates44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 177.4, or 192 kHz
Analog In2
Analog Outputs2
Level+20 dBu full-scale or variable +8.23 dBu to +24 dBu full-scale; jumper selectable
Input ImpedanceBalanced Mode: 24 kOhms
Unbalanced Mode:12 kOhms
Output ImpedanceBalanced Mode: 100 ohms
Unbalanced Mode: 50 ohms
Output Drive600 ohm impedance, 0.2 μF capacitance
Digital Input Connectors2 x XLR AES/EBU on each of the optional breakout cables
1 x BNC Clock
Digital Output Connectors2 x XLR AES/EBU on each of the optional breakout cables
1 x BNC Clock
MIDI In/OutNo
Sync In/OutAES/EBU
Wordclock
Bracket-mounted, 15-pin, high-density, female D-sub connector
Headphone OutputNo
Frequency Response20 - 20 kHz, ± 0.05 dB
Dynamic RangeAnalog In: 117 dB, A-weighted
Analog Out: 120 dB, A-weighted
Channel CrosstalkAnalog In: <-128 dB, 1 kHz signal @ -1 dBFS Analog Out: <-130 dB, 1 kHz signal @ -1 dBFS
THD + NAnalog In: -111 dB (0.0003%) @ -1 dBFS, 1 kHz signal, 22 Hz - 22 kHz bandwidth
Analog Out: -108 dB (0.0004%)@ -1 dBFS, 1 kHz signal, 22 Hz - 22 kHz bandwidth
Power+3.3 V @ 630 mA
+12 V @ 500 mA
Mac System Requirements (Intel)OS X 10.8 or higher (must have Intel processor)
1 GB RAM
One functional PCI Express slot
A connection to the Internet to download the Lynx Driver (this can be from a different computer than the one that the card is installed into)
NOTE: The E22/E44 is not supported with OS X 10.7 or below
Windows System RequirementsWindows 7 (32-bit or 64-bit), Windows 8, or greater
1 GHz or faster processor
1 GB RAM
One functional PCI Express slot
A connection to the Internet to download the Lynx Driver (this can be from a different computer than the one that the card is installed into)
NOTE: The E22/E44 is not supported under Windows 95, 98, ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, or Windows Vista. Windows installed via BootCamp is not supported
Dimensions5.0 x 7.4 x 0.75" (127 x 188 x 19 mm)
Shipping Weight1 lb (454 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.85 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)11.1 x 7.7 x 2.6"
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