Lynx Studio Technology Aurora(ⁿ) 8 USB - 8 Channel AD/DA Converter with LT-USB Card

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Lynx Studio Technology
Lynx Studio Technology Aurora(ⁿ) 8 USB - 8 Channel AD/DA Converter with LT-USB Card
Key Features
  • 8 Channels AD/DA, 24-Bit/192 kHz
  • LT-USB USB 2.0 Interface
  • SynchroLock-2 Sample Clock Technology
  • 1 x In / 3 x Out Word Clock I/O
The Aurora(ⁿ) 8 USB from Lynx Studio Technology is a mastering-grade 8-channel AD/DA converter which supports up to 24-bit/192 kHz conversion and comes with a preinstalled LT-USB USB 2.0 interface. It offers significant performance and flexibility improvements over the company's well-regarded line of Aurora converters, providing an even greater level of wide-open, uncompressed, and unequalized audio for studios, mastering facilities, remote recording, broadcast, live performance or production installations.
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Lynx Studio Technology Aurora(n) Overview

The Aurora(ⁿ) 8 USB from Lynx Studio Technology is a mastering-grade 8-channel AD/DA converter which supports up to 24-bit/192 kHz conversion and comes with a preinstalled LT-USB USB 2.0 interface. It offers significant performance and flexibility improvements over the company's well-regarded line of Aurora converters, providing an even greater level of wide-open, uncompressed, and unequalized audio for studios, mastering facilities, remote recording, broadcast, live performance or production installations.

The Aurora(ⁿ) 8 USB combines Hilo-like technology with the latest FPGA processors, to achieve greater transparency and reduction of both noise and distortion. One word clock input and three outputs let you use the unit as a master clock or slave it to an external clock. In addition, the Aurora(ⁿ) is equipped with an LSlot expansion bay which allows for a wide array of current connectivity options such as Thunderbolt, Dante, Pro Tools | HD, and USB, but can also be used to add more channels and additional hardware, as your production needs evolve.

Other features include an on-board microSD player/recorder capable of up to 32 channels of direct recording and playback, ideal when working in the field. Two headphone outputs with independent volume control let you monitor your sound with audiophile-grade precision, while a bright LCD display gives you immediate access to all levels and functions, right from the front panel.

Upgraded version of the company's well-regarded Aurora 8 model
Redesigned to use technology borrowed from the company's Hilo Converter Technology (HCT) combined with the latest FPGA technology, for significant improvements in transparency and reductions of both noise and distortion
Supports eight channels of mastering-quality AD/DA conversion at up to 24-bit/192 kHz
Preinstalled LT-USB USB 2.0 interface
LSlot expansion bay allows for a wide array of current connectivity options to include Thunderbolt, Dante, Pro Tools | HD, USB, and future formats
Two audiophile-grade headphone outputs with independent volume control
On-board microSD player/recorder capable of up to 32 channels of direct recording and playback
SynchroLock-2 high-performance sample clock technology provides 300,000:1 reduction in jitter, 5 second lock time, extremely low jitter, and excellent absolute accuracy
Word clock I/O provides one input and three outputs on BNC connectors
480 X 128 TFT LCD display provides immediate access to all levels and functions and ensures that you see every piece of critical data, from just about any viewing angle
Universal power supply - built in, no wall-warts
1 RU rack-space design with no fan - silent operation so you can keep unit in the recording room, with no need for isolation from distracting fan noise
Designed and built in the USA

Lynx Studio Technology Aurora(n) Specs

Converter TypeAD/DA Converter
Number of Channels8
Expansion Slots1 x Host Connection Slot (USB Installed)
Connectivity
Analog Audio I/O1 x DB-25 8-Channel Input
1 x DB-25 8-Channel Output
Digital Audio I/ONone
Host Connection / USB1 x USB Type-B (USB 2.0)
Sync I/O1 x BNC Word Clock Input
3 x BNC Word Clock Output
Network I/ONone
MIDI I/ONone
Performance
Frequency ResponseHeadphone Outputs:
20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.025 dB
Line Inputs:
20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.01 dB
Line Outputs:
20 Hz to 20 kHz ±0.025 dB
Max Output LevelHeadphone Outputs:
+18.4 dBu
Dynamic RangeHeadphone Outputs:
120 dBA (-60 dBFS)
Line Inputs:
119 dBA (-60 dBFS)
Line Outputs:
120 dBA (-60 dBFS)
THD+NLine Inputs:
-113 dB (1 kHz, at -1 dBFS, 22 Hz to 22 kHz)
Line Outputs:
-108 dB (1 kHz, at -1 dBFS, 22 Hz to 22 kHz)
Headphone Outputs:
-108 dB (1 kHz, at -1 dBFS, 22 Hz to 22 kHz)
CrosstalkHeadphone Outputs:
-120 dB (1 kHz, -1 dBFS)
Line Inputs:
-130 dB (1 kHz, -1 dBFS)
Line Outputs:
-130 dB (1 kHz, -1 dBFS)
CMRRLine Inputs:
> 80 dB
Digital Audio
Sync SourcesInternal
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Physical
Rackmount Size1 RU
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I'm planning use same speakers for HTPC and turntable. Can I use that device as some kind of pre / pro with turntable when my HTPC will be switch off? And if answer is yes then how can I set up volume?
Asked by: Kasprov A.
The The Aurora 16 USB from Lynx Studio Technology will not operate in standalone mode. A more appropriate device for your HTPC setup would be the RME Fireface UFX II USB Audio Interface; B&H# RMUFX2.
Answered by: Andrea O.
Date published: 2018-08-27
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