Have you reestablished youself apres le deluge? Marie filled us in somewhat
on your ordeal. Truly sad. Glad to see you back on the list.
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From: "Parker Dinkins" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 9:24 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] a/d converters
> on 5/30/06 9:04 PM US/Central, Richard L. Hess at [log in to unmask]
>>> we are looking for a superior a/d converter compatible with a carddeluxe
>>> sound card that is compliant to the iasa specs. are there any
>>> recommendations out there?
> Not exactly on topic, but since others have mentioned high-end a/d
> converters, I would point out that the Prism AD-2 can simultaneously
> two different sample rates, each with different wordlength and noise
> This can be highly desirable when you want a 24/96 stream as well as
> stream for making CDRs. You will need more than one workstation to
> them, however. It can save time, and provide extremely high quality audio
> for each destination format - simultaneously.
> The Prism has very low noise and distortion specifications.
> Parker Dinkins
> MasterDigital Corporation
> CD Mastering + Audio Restoration
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