RDL HR-DAC1 - Digital to Analog Converter - 24 Bit 192 kHz

RDL HR-DAC1 - Digital to Analog Converter - 24 Bit 192 kHz

RDL HR-DAC1 - Digital to Analog Converter - 24 Bit 192 kHz

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RDL HR-DAC1 - Digital to Analog Converter - 24 Bit 192 kHz

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Product Highlights

  • Supports Sample Rates Up to 192 kHz
  • AES/EBU & 3ID, Optical & Coaxial S/PDIF
  • Adjustable Audio Output Gain Knobs
  • Made in the USA

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Broadcast studios and video production facilities often require high-quality digital to analog audio converters to carry out different tasks. The HR-DAC1 from RDL is a compact D to A converter that was designed specifically for this task. It receives data from several different digital formats and converts them into broadcast-quality analog audio.

The rear panel features digital inputs for AES/EBU, AES3ID, and S/PDIF in both optical and coaxial formats. The HR-DAC1 will automatically detect when one of these signals is present, and verify that it's a valid digital signal and not inhibited by phase-lock and bit errors. Once verified, the signal gets locked in and a green LED illuminates on the front panel.

The HR-DAC1 goes a step further to ensure a high-level of stability with its proprietary "Sure-Lok" functionality. It monitors for possible causes of unforeseen latch-up problems, and re-initiates the digital signal lock when necessary.

Capable of handling signals up to 24 bit 192 kHz, the HR-DAC1 provides top-notch quality audio. A clear lens on the face of the unit will protect labels placed above the controls for installations. With its compact, all metal construction, and its user-friendly interface, the HR-DAC1 is a great choice for a wide range of production environments.

Converts digital audio signals into broadcast quality analog audio from AES/EBU, optical and coaxial S/PDIF, and AES-3ID
Supports sample rates from 32 kHz up to 192 kHz
Features balanced XLR outputs, unbalanced RCA, and terminal block
System automatically detects signals from its four digital inputs and locks valid sources
Removable clear lens on the front panel allows you to clearly label the controls on the HR-DAC1 for installations - the clear lens protects your labels from damage and removal
Sure-Lok functionality monitors for latch-up problems and re-initiates the digital signal lock when necessary
All metal chassis, compact half-rack design
UPC: 813721013279
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RDL HR-DAC1 - Digital to Analog Converter - 24 Bit 192 kHz
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  • 3 Year Warranty
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    Inputs 1 x AES/EBU XLR Transformer Isolated (110 ohm)
    1 x S/PDIF Optical
    1 x S/PDIF Coaxial RCA (75 ohm)
    1 x AES-3ID BNC (75 ohm)
    Outputs 2 x Balanced XLR (150 ohms)
    2 x Unbalanced RCA (-10 dBV)
    2 x Terminal Block (+4 dBu)
    Sample Rate 32 kHz, 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 96 kHz, and 192 kHz
    Resolution 16 to 24 bit
    Frequency Response 5 Hz - 24 kHz (+/- 0.2 dB into high impedance load)
    THD & Noise < 0.002% (20 Hz - 20 KHz, below +22 dBu)
    Crosstalk < -100 dB (5 Hz - 3 kHz); < -90 dB (3 kHz - 20 kHz)
    Output Level Adjustable OFF to +24 dBu (0 dBFS); Left and Right
    Residual Noise < -100 dB (10 - 20 kHz, -120 dBFS input)
    < -100 dB (10 - 20 kHz, -120 dBFS input)
    < -110 dB (locked to digital input, digital audio off)
    Dynamic Range > 110 dB (resolution 24-bit unweighted)
    Power Requirements Ground Referenced
    24 to 33 VDC @ 175 mA
    Dimensions 8.6 x 4.59 x 1.7" (20.6 x 11.66 x 4.3cm)
    Weight Not Specified By Manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.5 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 10.1 x 7.3 x 2.4"

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