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Για περισσότερα από 33 χρόνια η SPL αναπτύσσει συσκευές ήχου για μουσική ταινίες hi-fi Broadcasting και Mastering με στόχο την δημιουργία καινοτόμων προϊόντων! Η τεχνολογία Voltair 120V δημιούργησε εξαιρετικές αναλογικές συσκευές με μεγάλη δυναμική περιοχή.

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SPL Director Mk2 Silver

SPL Director Mk2 Silver

The director sets the tone. The central unit of the HiFi system is the preamplifier. With remote source selection and volume control, retro-look-VU-meter, premium DA-converter and the all superior VOLTAiR technology, the Director Mk2 caters for musical blockbusters. Milled from solid is the big 45mm Volume control. Its mass together with the  motorized Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer enhances the “spoon in the honey” feeling even further. The red marker LED makes the setting visible even in darkened environments. Volume RC The volume can be remote controlled with any infrared remote control, that the Director Mk2 simply learns. Learning made easy This video explains how you can use any infrared remote control to remotely control the volume and the source selection. Source of joy Up to ten (10 !) stereo sources can be connected to the Director Mk2. Six of them are for analog and four for digital input signals. The source selection is shown in the dot matrix LED display: IN 1 through IN 6 for the analog inputs. AES, USB, COAX, OPTI for the digital inputs, where the detected sample rate is displayed after about two seconds. For example U768 = USB input with 768kHz sampling rate. The source selection can also be operated remotely if the rotary switch is set to the “Remote” position. The Director Mk2 offers two pairs of balanced inputs with XLR connectors and four standard inputs with gold-plated RCA connectors. On the digital side there are four additional inputs. PCM audio is received in S/P-DIF format via coaxial Cinch, optical Toslink and balanced XLR (AES). Both PCM audio and DSD audio can be converted via USB. The DAC768 The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the digital-to-analog converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which is equivalent to 16 times CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256. The DLP120 The analog output of the DAC chip must be filtered by a low pass filter. Director Mk2 has two of them: One for PCM audio and one for DSD audio, since different roll-off frequencies are required. And in contrast to all other DACs in the world, the low pass filters here are built using VOLTAiR technology, which provides a plus in dynamics and headroom. Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Tape Monitor A tape monitor circuitry is quite retro. Who still owns a cassette recorder or a tape machine? Who still has an equalizer? To put it another way: Who would like to do it and cannot do it because no manufacturer offers a tape monitor circuit anymore? Well, those who want can again. Today’s audio levels are much higher than in the past and many recorders will be overloaded by them. In that case simply press the switch and the level to the recorder is lowered by 10 dB. To compensate, the level from the recorder is increased by 10 dB. Et voilà. Preamp & Direct Out On the output side, power amplifiers or active loudspeakers can be connected to the preamp output sockets using XLRs. The Direct Out via RCA picks up the output signal before the volume control and thus offers the possibility to connect a headphone amplifier. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets to which power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected in order to remotely switch them on and off together with the Director Mk2. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Outputs: XLR (balanced), RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance (RCA): 47 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Digital Inputs, DAC768 AES/EBU (XLR), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre
2.650 €
SPL PQ Red

SPL PQ Red

Mastering Equalizer This is a unique equalizer – for several reasons. It has two times five fully parametric filter bands, each of which can be switched between constant Q and proportional Q! And there’s sheer unlimited headroom and a very special kind of EQ sound – thanks to 120V technology. Stepped Potentiometers Recall of all settings is easy thanks to the potentiometers with 41 steps. Cut/Boost & 1/4 Gain Each filter band can be boosted or cut up to 20 dB. If only minimal changes are required, the 1/4 Gain switch can be used to reduce the boost or cut range from +/-20 dB to +/-5 dB. Frequencies We have designed the frequency distribution to overlap widely between the bands, so that problematic frequencies can also be addressed with two bands. Bandwidth Q The bandwidth Q determines the steepness of bell characteristic. A small Q is a wide bandwidth and a high Q a narrow bandwidth. The labeling of the scale is divided into two parts. The values with white background refer to the proportional Q mode and the values without background refer to the constant Q mode. On/Off The orange button is used to switch the individual filter band on and off.  Constant & Proportional Q The blue button is used to toggle the Q mode. In constant Q mode, the amplitude is constant regardless of the selected bandwidth. This is ideal for eliminating interfering frequencies. In proportional Q mode, the amplitude is proportional to the bandwidth. It decreases with increasing bandwidth and vice versa. At the smallest bandwidth setting, the maximum amplitude value is +/- 20 dB, while the maximum amplitude decreases to +/- 2.8 dB at the largest bandwidth setting. This control behavior simplifies sensitive, creative processing and is musically very useful, since high amplitudes become increasingly unusable with increasing bandwidth. Auto Bypass For an objective evaluation of the edited music program, it makes sense not to switch between the original signal and the edited signal yourself, but to leave this to an automatic system. It is also an advantage that, for an optimal evaluation of the processing, one does not have to move from the stereo center and can concentrate fully on the program. With the help of the Interval control the switching time window can be determined. Turning it clockwise extends the time interval. Link The PQ is designed as a completely separate dual-mono, two-channel equalizer and can individually process two mono music programs simultaneously. It is of course also possible to edit a stereo program (left/right). If the Link function is activated, the functions LF, LMF, MF, MHF, HF On/Off and Con. Q/Prop.Q on both sides are switched together by the buttons on one side. This makes it possible to activate or deactivate a filter band or the Q characteristic on both sides of the equalizer with a single button operation. In Link mode, the right side controls the left side as factory preset. However, this can be adapted to individual working habits. If the channel switch of a channel is pressed until it flashes, this channel controls the other side from that moment on. Channel On/Off The orange button switches the entire channel on and off. Specifications: Analog inputs & output: XLR (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection: -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 100 kHz THD & N (+30 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.0005 % Noise (A-weighted): -94.3 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 3.15 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 6.3 A Power consumption: max. 100 VA Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height x depth): 482 x 177 x 300 mm Unit weight: 15.2 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 18.7 kg
6.099 €
SPL Hermes Black

SPL Hermes Black

Mastering Router with dual Parallel Mix Hermes revolutionizes mastering. Now it is possible to have an audio signal processed by up to eight 2-channel processors in any order that can be stored. At the push of a button you can compare up to four complex processing chains. Connect, route, store, compare Hermes accelerates mastering workflows in an unprecedented achievable way. The time-consuming replugging of the patchbay alone had made true comparison almost impossible. Now you can change, store and compare processing chains in seconds. All with real buttons, relays and without additional software. Simply push the processor buttons A to H in the order in which the audio signal should pass through the processors and store it.  All processors can be named for a better overview. The name always appears briefly in the display when an insert button is pressed. Free routing of two parallel mix stages Hermes has two parallel mix stages that can be freely assigned to each of the eight processors and stored with a processing chain. This means that even two compressors with different parallel mix settings can be compared quickly and easily. The routing is completely passive with gas-encapsulated and gold-plated high-end relays. All active stages, such as the input/output stages and the parallel mix stages work in 120V technology. Sends & Returns The stereo channels are strictly separated on two boards to achieve the highest possible channel separation. The inserts are connected with XLRs for the first four stereo processors and with DB25 for the second four stereo processors. Specifications: Analog inputs & output; XLR & DB25 (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz to 300 kHz Common mode rejection: -75 dBu Crosstalk (1 kHz, 0dBu): -130 dBu Crosstalk (1 kHz, 0dBu, P-Mix on): -110 dBu Noise (A-weighted): -121 dBu Noise (A-weighted, P-Mix on): -104 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 1 A Fuse for 115 V: T 2 A Power consumption: max. 40 VA Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height x depth): 482 x 88 x 300 mm Unit weight: 9 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 12 kg
4.990 €
SPL Crescendo Duo

SPL Crescendo Duo

Dual-Channel Microphone Preamplifier in 120V-Technology With the Crescendo duo, we are expanding our 120V microphone preamp portfolio with a dual-channel version of the Crescendo. The Undistortable Crescendo duo convinces with the same outstanding sound and technical features as the flagship of the product range – the eight-channel Crescendo. It is almost impossible to overdrive this microphone preamplifier. It shines with absolute signal fidelity and clarity and lets microphones appear in a whole new light – because they have never been amplified like this before. 48 V  The phantom power required for the use of condenser microphones is activated with the 48V switch. VU -10 In the Crescendo duo, high gains can be used to optimally drive subsequent AD converters. Should the VU meter therefore deflect too far, you can reduce the displayed level by 10 dB. Ø Turn the polarity of a microphone signal 180° by activating the polarity reversal switch. HP A high-pass filter with 6 dB per octave reduces subsonic noise below 120 Hz. Mic Gain The gain is adjusted by a 12-step switch. The pre-amplification ranges from +18 dB to +70 dB. Output The switchable output control allows level adjustment to subsequent devices. The control range is +/- 10 dB. This results in a total gain of 80 dB.   Pad For loud input signals (including line signals) the input sensitivity can be reduced by 20 dB. Built-in Output Splitter Both microphone preamps have dual outputs. The often needed splitter is therefore already built in. Record the microphone signal on a recording system and at the same time record it on a backup system. Specifications Analog input & output XLR (balanced): Maximum input & output level: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 10 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Frequency range (-3dB): 20 Hz – 100 kHz THD + N (10 Hz – 22 kHz, 32 dB Gain): 0.002 % THD + N (10 Hz – 22 kHz, 63 dB Gain): 0.001 % Noise (A-weighted, 150 Ω, 32 dB Gain): - 94 dBu Noise (A-weighted, 150 Ω, 63 dB Gain): - 67.5 dBu E.I.N. (150 Ω): -130.5 dBu Common mode rejection (1 kHz): 88 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer: Operating voltage for audio electronics: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply: Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber):230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 1 A Fuse for 115 V: T 2 A Power consumption: max. 20 VA Dimensions & Weight: W x H x D (width x height x depth): 482 x 88 x 300 mm Unit weight: 6.1 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 9 kg
1.850 €
SPL 2Control Black

SPL 2Control Black

Stereo Monitor Controller The 2Control is an excellent sounding compact monitor controller that perfectly controls your near-field and full-range monitors. It is equipped with our crossfeed control for headphone monitoring to create mixes on phones that translate on speakers. Inputs & Speakers The 2Control, which is analog throughout, allows the connection and selection of two stereo sources. These can be monitored via two stereo speaker sets and two headphones. A third mono output is used to connect a subwoofer or mono loudspeaker. The inputs are additive! The 2Control mixes the input signals together. The volume is controlled by a high quality potentiometer (ALPS RK27 “Big Blue”) with active control and a 45mm full aluminium rotary knob. The inputs are designed for balanced analog line-level signals. The input IN1 is calibrated to a nominal level of +4dBu. The sensitivity of input IN2 can also be adjusted to a nominal level of -10dBV – ideal for connecting consumer level CD/DVD players. Headphone outputs with Crossfeed The 2 Control is equipped with two active output stages for headphones, whose level can be individually adjusted. To be able to judge a mix via headphones, the super stereo effect, which affects the placement of voices and instruments in the stereo image and also reverb rooms and the generally exaggerated effects, must be corrected. This is done by the crossfeed control, thanks to which mixes created on headphones work just as well on speakers. Crossfeed is a part of our Phonitor Matrix. In its largest expansion stage it has three adjustment parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level. In the 2Control the Center Level is preset to -1 dB and the Speaker Angle to 30°. These are the most commonly used values. The crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. The intensity of the crossfeed is infinitely variable. SPECIFICATIONS :   Inputs & Outputs Electronically balanced instrumentation amplifiers Input sockets: XLR  Output sockets: XLR, Stereo TRS Nominal input level: IN 1: +4dBu, IN 2: +4dBu/-10dBV Input impedance: 22kOhm Output impedance: 75Ohm/Headphones: 22Ohm Max. input level: 21,3dBu Max. output level: 21,3dBu Volume control range: -80dB to +6,6dB Headphones: -65dB to +14,9dB    Measurements Frequency range: 10Hz to 100kHz (-3dB) CMRR: ›60dB (@1kHz, 0dBu input level, unity gain) THD&N: 0,002% (@1kHz, 0dBu input level, unity gain) Signal to noise ratio: -96dB/Headphones: -85dB (A-weighted) Crosstalk L/R: ›70dB (@1kHz) Dynamic range: 116dB Power consumption: ca. 25W    Power Supply Features: Toroidal transformer with voltage selector Fuses (slow blow): 230V/50Hz: 315mA, 120V/60Hz: 630mA    Dimensions and Weight Housing (BxHxT): 215x80x220mm Depth w. controls & sockets: 245mm Height with feet: 95mm Front height w. opened feet: 126mm Weight: 2,1kg   Note: 0dBu = 0,775V. Specifications are subject to change without notice.  
665 €
SPL Stereo Vitalizer MK2 T

SPL Stereo Vitalizer MK2 T

Επεξεργαστής για εμπλουτισμό σημάτων από την SPL. Χρησιμοποιώντας πατενταρισμένες διαδικασίες και προσεκτικά "κουρδισμένα" φίλτρα, ο SPL Vitalizer MKII-T μπορεί να προσθέσει διάυγεια και καθαρότητα σε κανάλια ή ολόκληρη τη μίξη, χωρίς να κουράζει το αυτί. Διαθέτει:Τμήμα με λάμπες για περισσότερο ζεστό ήχοΜέγεθος 2U Rack,Λειτουργία StereoΛειτουργία Stereo WideningΕίσοδο/έξοδο με σύνδεση Balanced XLR και TRS.
884 €

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1.295 €
36 Δόσεις 44,71€ / μήνα
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Mastering Equalizer This is a unique equalizer – for several reasons. It has two times five fully parametric filter bands, each of which can be switched between constant Q and proportional Q! And there’s sheer unlimited headroom and a very special kind of EQ sound – thanks to 120V technology. Stepped Potentiometers Recall of all settings is easy thanks to the potentiometers with 41 steps. Cut/Boost & 1/4 Gain Each filter band can be boosted or cut up to 20 dB. If only minimal changes are required, the 1/4 Gain switch can be used to reduce the boost or cut range from +/-20 dB to +/-5 dB. Frequencies We have designed the frequency distribution to overlap widely between the bands, so that problematic frequencies can also be addressed with two bands. Bandwidth Q The bandwidth Q determines the steepness of bell characteristic. A small Q is a wide bandwidth and a high Q a narrow bandwidth. The labeling of the scale is divided into two parts. The values with white background refer to the proportional Q mode and the values without background refer to the constant Q mode. On/Off The orange button is used to switch the individual filter band on and off.  Constant & Proportional Q The blue button is used to toggle the Q mode. In constant Q mode, the amplitude is constant regardless of the selected bandwidth. This is ideal for eliminating interfering frequencies. In proportional Q mode, the amplitude is proportional to the bandwidth. It decreases with increasing bandwidth and vice versa. At the smallest bandwidth setting, the maximum amplitude value is +/- 20 dB, while the maximum amplitude decreases to +/- 2.8 dB at the largest bandwidth setting. This control behavior simplifies sensitive, creative processing and is musically very useful, since high amplitudes become increasingly unusable with increasing bandwidth. Auto Bypass For an objective evaluation of the edited music program, it makes sense not to switch between the original signal and the edited signal yourself, but to leave this to an automatic system. It is also an advantage that, for an optimal evaluation of the processing, one does not have to move from the stereo center and can concentrate fully on the program. With the help of the Interval control the switching time window can be determined. Turning it clockwise extends the time interval. Link The PQ is designed as a completely separate dual-mono, two-channel equalizer and can individually process two mono music programs simultaneously. It is of course also possible to edit a stereo program (left/right). If the Link function is activated, the functions LF, LMF, MF, MHF, HF On/Off and Con. Q/Prop.Q on both sides are switched together by the buttons on one side. This makes it possible to activate or deactivate a filter band or the Q characteristic on both sides of the equalizer with a single button operation. In Link mode, the right side controls the left side as factory preset. However, this can be adapted to individual working habits. If the channel switch of a channel is pressed until it flashes, this channel controls the other side from that moment on. Channel On/Off The orange button switches the entire channel on and off. Specifications: Analog inputs & output: XLR (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection: -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 100 kHz THD & N (+30 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.0005 % Noise (A-weighted): -94.3 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 3.15 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 6.3 A Power consumption: max. 100 VA Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height x depth): 482 x 177 x 300 mm Unit weight: 15.2 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 18.7 kg

6.099 €
36 Δόσεις 210,56€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Υψηλής πιστότητας ενισχυτής ακρόασης για ακουστικά.Διαθέτει: Τεχνολογία 120 volts Κουμπί Mono Διακόπτη εξασθένισης (Dim) Κουμπί Solo (αριστερά - δεξιά) Αντιστροφή φάσης Ενδεικτικά στάθμης VU Σύνδεση εισόδου / εξόδου balanced XLR Πλήρης προσομοίωση ακρόασης μέσω ηχείων Ρύθμιση γωνίας των ηχείων Ρύθμιση στάθμης ‘‘κέντρου’’ του ήχου Έξοδος ακουστικών (εμπρός μέρος) Αριθμός Εισόδων: 2 Συνδετήρες Εξόδου: 2 x XLR 1 x TRS Τύπος Ενίσχυσης: Ενεργή

1.630 €
36 Δόσεις 56,27€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Our entry model into the world of VOLTAiR headphone amplifiers. The Phonitor se has the same audio signal amplification as its bigger brothers Phonitor x and Phonitor xe and therefore offers the same sound experience. The DAC768xs is optionally available. Volume & Source Selection The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. In addition to an analog source, three other digital sources can be connected to the Phonitor se with the optional DAC. Headphone Output with Power The Phonitor se offers a 6.35 mm jack for connecting headphones with jack plug. Up to 2 x 5 watts of output power is available at this socket. This allows even very power-hungry headphones such as magnetostats or electrostats to be driven effortlessly. The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, that allows you to listen to music through headphones with the sound experience of listening through speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without fatigue and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix in its largest expansion stage has three setting parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level.In Phonitor se the Center Level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker placement Angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The Crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the Crossfeed. Connections The Phonitor se is equipped with gold-plated RCA sockets for the analog input. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB Coax and Optical. The Optional DAC768xs The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the optional digital-to-analogue converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  Specifications: Analog input: RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

1.395 €
36 Δόσεις 48,16€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Our entry model into the world of VOLTAiR headphone amplifiers. The Phonitor se has the same audio signal amplification as its bigger brothers Phonitor x and Phonitor xe and therefore offers the same sound experience. The DAC768xs is optionally available. Volume & Source Selection The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. In addition to an analog source, three other digital sources can be connected to the Phonitor se with the optional DAC. Headphone Output with Power The Phonitor se offers a 6.35 mm jack for connecting headphones with jack plug. Up to 2 x 5 watts of output power is available at this socket. This allows even very power-hungry headphones such as magnetostats or electrostats to be driven effortlessly. The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, that allows you to listen to music through headphones with the sound experience of listening through speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without fatigue and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix in its largest expansion stage has three setting parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level.In Phonitor se the Center Level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker placement Angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The Crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the Crossfeed. Connections The Phonitor se is equipped with gold-plated RCA sockets for the analog input. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB Coax and Optical. The Optional DAC768xs The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the optional digital-to-analogue converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  Specifications: Analog input: RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

1.395 €
36 Δόσεις 48,16€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Our entry model into the world of VOLTAiR headphone amplifiers. The Phonitor se has the same audio signal amplification as its bigger brothers Phonitor x and Phonitor xe and therefore offers the same sound experience. The DAC768xs is optionally available. Volume & Source Selection The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. In addition to an analog source, three other digital sources can be connected to the Phonitor se with the optional DAC. Headphone Output with Power The Phonitor se offers a 6.35 mm jack for connecting headphones with jack plug. Up to 2 x 5 watts of output power is available at this socket. This allows even very power-hungry headphones such as magnetostats or electrostats to be driven effortlessly. The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, that allows you to listen to music through headphones with the sound experience of listening through speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without fatigue and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix in its largest expansion stage has three setting parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level.In Phonitor se the Center Level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker placement Angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The Crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the Crossfeed. Connections The Phonitor se is equipped with gold-plated RCA sockets for the analog input. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB Coax and Optical. The Optional DAC768xs The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the optional digital-to-analogue converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  Specifications: Analog input: RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

1.395 €
36 Δόσεις 48,16€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Το Phonitor x, είναι ο απόλυτος ενισχυτής ακουστικών. Προσφέρει συνδέσεις για ακουστικά τόσο balanced όσο και unbalanced, ενώ με ισχύ εξόδου 3.7 W, η απόδοσή του είναι εντυπωσιακή. Στην έκδοση με το νέο DAC768xs module, the Phonitor x δείχνει τις μοναδικές του δυνατότητες σαν ενισχυτής ακουστικών αλλά και σαν προενισχυτής. Το επαναστατικό σύστημα Phonitor Matrix, προσφέρει την πιό ρεαλιστική ακρόαση για ακουστικά, αφού δημιουργεί την εντύπωση ακρόασης μέσω ηχείων. Το Phonitor x, δεν είναι μόνο ενισχυτής ακουστικών, αλλά και ένας εξαιρετικός προενισχυτής, όπου μπορείτε να συνδέσετε έναν τελικό ενισχυτή ή ενεργά ηχεία μόνιτορ Προδιαγραφές: Ενισχυτής ακουστικών και προενισχυτής, τεχνολογίας VOLTAiR 120 V Rail,  Ξεχωριστές συνδέσεις για ακουστικά και τελικό ενισχυτή balanced και unbalanced,  Κατάλληλο για όλα τα ακουστικά με αντίσταση μεγαλύτερη από 10 ohms,  Είσοδοι balanced και unbalanced (XLR και RCA),  Προαιρετικά ψηφιακές εισόδους: USB, coaxial and optical,  Προαιρετικά μετατροπέας DAC: 192 kHz / 24 Bit,  Έξοδοι balanced και unbalanced (XLR και RCA),  Phonitor Matrix για προσομοίωση ακρόασης ηχείων,  Έλεγχος Laterality: super-fine balance,  Διακόπτης Mono,  Έλεγχος στάθμης (ελέγχεται και με τηλεχειριστήριο),  Μέγιστη ισχύς εξόδου: 2 x 3.7 W (120 ohms),  Απόκριση συχνότητας: 10 Hz - 300 kHz (-3 dB),  THD+N: 0.00091 % (HP), 0.00085 % (Line),  Dynamic range: 135.5 dB (HP), 136.3 dB (Line),  Σύνδεση AMP CTR με τον τελικό ενισχυτή Performer (για έλεγχο του διακόπτη on/off),  Made in Germany Χαρακτηριστικά: Απόκριση Συχνότητας: ‹10Hz - ›200kHz (-3dB) Αριθμός Εισόδων: 2 Αριθμός Εξόδων: 2 & 1(Headphones) Δυναμική Περιοχή: 129,5 dBΑ Ενισχυτής Ακουστικών: ΝΑΙ Συνδετήρες Εισόδου: 2 x XLR Συνδετήρες Εξόδου: 2 x XLR 1 x TRS Τύπος Ενίσχυσης: Ενεργή  

2.799 €
36 Δόσεις 96,63€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Τα επαγγελματικά projects απαιτούν μια ευέλικτη αλυσίδα monitoring. Ο SPL Marc One είναι εδώ για να σας την εξασφαλίσει. Αυτός ο εξαιρετικός sound&recording controller, διαθέτει δύο εξόδους ηχείων καθώς και έξοδο για subwoofer, δηλαδή ό,τι χρειάζεστε για να εξασφαλίσετε ότι οι μίξεις σας θα ακούγονται παντού καλά! Διαθέτει επίσης δύο στερεοφωνικές αναλογικές πηγές εισόδου συν μια ψηφιακή πηγή μέσω USB, οι οποίες δρομολογούνται απευθείας σε μια έξοδο σήματος line μόλις επιλεχθούν. Το Marc One περιλαμβάνει τρεις ρυθμίσεις monitor ( Stereo , Mono και Channel SWAP )για να ακούτε σχολαστικά τις μίξεις σας και έναν υψηλού επιπέδου ενισχυτή ακουστικών που περιλαμβάνει το αναγνωρισμένο Phonitor Matrix της SPL. Το Marc One της SPL , ανήκει στο επίκεντρο του χώρου σου. Τα project σου θα σε ευχαριστούν για αυτό !

699 €
12 Άτοκες Δόσεις 58,25€ / μήνα
Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο

Τα επαγγελματικά projects απαιτούν μια ευέλικτη αλυσίδα monitoring. Ο SPL Control One είναι εδώ για να σας την εξασφαλίσει. Αυτός ο εξαιρετικός sound&recording controller, διαθέτει δύο εξόδους ηχείων καθώς και έξοδο για subwoofer, δηλαδή ό,τι χρειάζεστε για να εξασφαλίσετε ότι οι μίξεις σας θα ακούγονται παντού καλά! Διαθέτει επίσης δύο στερεοφωνικές αναλογικές πηγές εισόδου οι οποίες δρομολογούνται απευθείας σε μια έξοδο σήματος line μόλις επιλεχθούν. Το Control One περιλαμβάνει τρεις ρυθμίσεις monitor ( Stereo , Mono και Channel SWAP ) για να ακούτε σχολαστικά τις μίξεις σας και έναν υψηλού επιπέδου ενισχυτή ακουστικών που περιλαμβάνει το αναγνωρισμένο Phonitor Matrix της SPL. Το Control One της SPL , ανήκει στο επίκεντρο του χώρου σου. Τα project σου θα σε ευχαριστούν για αυτό

480 €
12 Άτοκες Δόσεις 40,00€ / μήνα
Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο

Transient Designer Module The Transient Designer TDx brings level-independent dynamics processing to the world of the 500 Series. On/Bypass With On/Bypass you switch the module on or off (bypass). Signal LED The Sig LED (Sig) indicates whether an audio signal is present at the input and exceeds a level of -20 dB. This LED indicator is used as an aid to quickly identify whether a signal is arriving at the TDx in a complex studio cabling system. Attack Attack can be used to boost or cut the transient phase of a signal by up to 15 dB. Positive attack increases the amplitude of the transient response. Negative attack attenuates the amplitude of the transient response. Sustain With Sustain you can lengthen or shorten the decay phase of a signal by up to 24 dB. Positive Sustain extends the decay. Negative Sustain shortens the decay. Mix The mix control allows for continuous crossfade aka parallel mix between processed (WET) and unprocessed (DRY) signals. Output With the output control the output gain can be attenuated in order to optimally drive subsequent devices. The Differential Envelope Technology Our Differential Envelope Technology (DET) allows dynamic signal characteristics to be processed by forming the difference between envelopes and thereby making them level-independent. The envelope trackers align the working processes with the natural signal characteristics. This ensures optimum results for every moment.  Specifications:  Input & Output: balanced Maximum input & output gain: 21 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 150 Ω Common mode rejection: > 82 dB Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 100 kHz THD & N (0 dBu, 10 Hz – 22 kHz): 0.03 % Noise (A-weighted): -92.3 dB Dynamic range: 113 dB Dimensions & Weight Unit weight: 0.65 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 0.9 kg

295 €
36 Δόσεις 10,18€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Dual Headphone Monitoring Amplifier Headphone monitoring amplifier for two headphones with Phonitor Matrix as double rack module for the 500 series. Phase Inverse Ø With the phase inversion switch you can invert the phase of the left or right channel (180°). Stereo/Mono/Mute The audio signal can be switched between stereo and mono. In the Mute position, the headphone outputs are muted. Phonitor Matrix Use the Matrix switch to activate or deactivate the Phonitor Matrix (Crossfeed, Speaker Angle, Center Level). Crossfeed The crossfeed value determines the interaural level difference and is comparable to the influences of different room sizes and their reflection and absorption characteristics. Speaker Angle The Speaker Angle determines the interaural time difference, which corresponds to the placement angle of the loudspeakers. Center Level With Center Level you set the level compensation of the center signals when monitoring on headphones. The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with adjustable crossfeed, speaker angle and center level thanks to which you can create mixes on headphones that sound the same on speakers. Specifications: Input & Output; balanced Maximum input & output gain: 21 dBu Input impedance: 10 kΩ Output impedance: 150 Ω Common mode rejection: > 82 dB Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 100 kHz THD & N (0 dBu, 10 Hz – 22 kHz): 0.03 % Noise (A-weighted): -92.3 dBu Dynamic range: 113 dB Headphone Outputs, 1/4" (6,35 mm) TRS Jacks Wiring: Tip = Left, Ring = Right, Sleeve = GND Max output power (600 Ω): +18 dBu Max output power (300 Ω): +15 dBu Max output power (32 Ω): +5 dBu Dimensions & Weight Unit weight: 0.8 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 0.95 kg

348 €
36 Δόσεις 12,01€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Dual-Band De-Esser Module Our well known De-Esser as a dual-band version built into a single module for the 500 Series. On/Bypass With On/Bypass you switch the module on or off (bypass). Signal LED The Sig LED (Sig) indicates whether an audio signal is present at the input and exceeds a level of -20 dB. This LED indicator serves as an aid to quickly recognize whether a signal is arriving at the DeS in a complex studio cabling system. Hi-S The Hi-S control adjusts the intensity of the S sound reduction in the upper frequency band. The center frequency for sibilance detection is 11.2 kHz with a bandwidth of 3 kHz. Lo-S The Lo-S control adjusts the intensity of the S sound reduction in the lower frequency band. Male/Female Voicing The Voice switch is used to adjust the low-band de-esser to the voice characteristics. The switch changes the center frequency for the sibilance identification: Female: 7.6 kHz, Male: 6.4 kHz. The processing bandwidth in the low band is 1.44 kHz. De-Esser Tech Talk De-Essing by Phase Cancellation SPL has developed a circuit technology that combines efficient de-essing with maximum ease of use. De-essing already during recording spares a lot of time in comparison to the subsequent search for the S-sounds in post production. The DeS automatically adjusts itself to the relevant frequencies and hones in on them so that only the range of the S-sound is processed and neighbouring frequencies remain untouched. This range is phase-inverted and mixed back into the original signal, which acoustically deletes the S-sound. The DeS therefore works unobstrusively and sound-neutral. Auto-Threshold The DeS features our Auto-Threshold which automatically adjusts the threshold if the input level fluctuates due to varying distance to the microphone which leads to fluctuating input levels. With Auto-Threshold engaged, the de-essing intensity remains constant at the value you set – a great help not only for untrained speakers/singers in the studio and live. With conventional de-essers using compressor technology, the processing intensity decreases as the distance to the microphone increases to which compressors or limiters then react by letting the S sounds reappear. The disadvantage of weaker de-essing – bad enough in itself – therefore also leads to undesired effects in the subsequent processing. Auto-Threshold prevents these disadvantages from occurring in the first place. Specifications: Input & Output: balanced Maximum input & output gain: 21 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 150 Ω Common mode rejection: -82 dB Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 100 kHz THD & N (0 dBu, 10 Hz – 22 kHz): 0,03 % Noise (A-weighted): -92.3 dB Dynamic range: 113 dB Dimensions & Weight Unit weight: 0.65 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 0.9 kg

295 €
36 Δόσεις 10,18€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Με καινοτόμο Phonitor Matrix, μετατροπέα DA 32-bit και εξαιρετική ποιότητα ήχου. Για εμάς ο ήχος είναι πάντα σε πρώτο πλάνο και για να αποκτήσετε έναν τέτοιο ήχο, χρειάζεστε εμπειρία και τεχνική φινέτσα. Έχουμε ενσωματώσει και τα δύο στη σειρά Phonitor One. Το στάδιο του προενισχυτή Δύο ενισχυτές Burr-Brown OPA 2134 SoundPlus™ παρέχουν την προενίσχυση. Αυτά είναι ειδικά σχεδιασμένα για κυκλώματα audiophile και χαρακτηρίζονται από εξαιρετικά χαμηλό θόρυβο και ελάχιστη παραμόρφωση μόνο 0,00008%. Χάρη σε ένα πραγματικό στάδιο FET, το OPA 2134 επιτυγχάνει ρυθμό περιστροφής 20 V/μs, καθιστώντας το έναν λειτουργικό ενισχυτή υψηλής ταχύτητας. Αυτό έχει άμεσα θετική επίδραση στη ζωντάνια της αναπαραγωγής. Επιπλέον, πυκνωτές φιλμ χαμηλής χωρητικότητας εγκαθίστανται στη διαδρομή σήματος ως πυκνωτές παράκαμψης των πυκνωτών ζεύξης, γεγονός που εξασφαλίζει ακριβέστερη μετάδοση των στοιχείων του σήματος υψηλής συχνότητας. Οι εξαιρετικοί ηλεκτρολυτικοί πυκνωτές Panasonic «Electric Double Layer» χρησιμοποιούνται ως πυκνωτές σύζευξης. Προσφέρουν την υψηλότερη χωρητικότητα αποθήκευσης από όλες τις τεχνολογίες πυκνωτών.

585 €
36 Δόσεις 20,20€ / μήνα
Άμεσα Διαθέσιμο

Για εμάς ο ήχος είναι πάντα προτεραιότητα. Ομολογουμένως, όταν ο ήχος είναι καλός, μας αρέσει να ακούμε. Για να φτάσεις σε αυτό το αποτέλεσμα, χρειάζεσαι εμπειρία και τεχνική δεξιότητα και έχουμε ενσωματώσει και τα δυο στο Series One . Tην προενίσχυση αναλαμβάνουν δύο Burr-Brown OPA 2134 SoundPlus™ .Είναι ειδικά σχεδιασμένοι για audiophile αποδόσεις και χαρακτηρίζονται από εξαιρετικά μικρό θόρυβο και ελάχιστη παραμόρφωση με δείκτη μόνο 0.00008%. Λόγω του πραγματικού FET , το OPA 2134 επιτυγχάνει έναν ρυθμό περιστροφής 20V/µs, καθιστώντας τον έναν γρήγορο ενισχυτή υψηλής ποιότητας.

399 €
36 Δόσεις 13,78€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Το Phonos είναι ένας προενισχυτής για πικάπ, που χρησιμοποιούν κεφαλή κινητού μαγνήτη (MM) ή κινητού πηνίου (MC). Η καμπύλη ισοστάθμισης ακολουθεί το πρότυπο RIAA και είναι κατάλληλη για όλους τους δίσκους βινυλίου. Το φίλτρο RIAA βασίζεται στο σχεδιασμό του Douglas Self.  Με δυνατότητα προενίσχυσης μέχρι 70 dB για κεφαλές MC και 51 dB για κεφαλές MM, το Phonos είναι από τους πιό δυνατούς προενισχυτές πικάπ της αγοράς. Προδιαγραφές: Προενισχυτής για πικάπ, τεχνολογίας VOLTAiR 120 V rail,  Ισοστάθμιση κατά RIAA (Douglas Self),  Κατάλληλο για κεφαλές κινητού μαγνήτη (MM) ή κινητού πηνίου (MC).  Μέγιστη προενίσχυση: 51dB (MM), 70dB (MC),  Μεταβλητή χωρητικότητα για κεφαλές MM: Off, 150 pF, 220 pF, 330 pF  Μεταβλητή αντίσταση για κεφαλές MC: 100, 220, 470; 2k2, 4k7, 10 kohms  Πυκνωτές Styroflex σε όλη τη διαδρομή της ισοστάθμισης,  Μεταβλητή στάθμη: Normal, -10 dB, +4 dB,  Επίχρυσες εισόδους / εξόδους (RCA),  Διαθέτει σύνδεση για γείωση του πικάπ,  Φίλτρο αποκοπής χαμηλών (Subsonic),  Γραμμικό τροφοδοτικό με τοροειδή μετασχηματιστή,  Χαρακτηριστικά: Αριθμός Εισόδων: 6 Ιδιαίτερα Χαρακτηριστηκά: Φίλτρο Hi-Pass, Ειδική σύνδεση LK17 για το σύστημα ASM5 της Brauner και το σύστημα INA5-R της Microtech Gefell Τύπος Εισόδων: 1 x XLR & 1 x Pentarray & 1 x DB25 Τύπος Εξόδων: 6 x XLR & 1 x DB25  

1.831 ,48 €
36 Δόσεις 63,23€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Το Phonos είναι ένας προενισχυτής για πικάπ, που χρησιμοποιούν κεφαλή κινητού μαγνήτη (MM) ή κινητού πηνίου (MC). Η καμπύλη ισοστάθμισης ακολουθεί το πρότυπο RIAA και είναι κατάλληλη για όλους τους δίσκους βινυλίου. Το φίλτρο RIAA βασίζεται στο σχεδιασμό του Douglas Self.  Με δυνατότητα προενίσχυσης μέχρι 70 dB για κεφαλές MC και 51 dB για κεφαλές MM, το Phonos είναι από τους πιό δυνατούς προενισχυτές πικάπ της αγοράς. Προδιαγραφές: Προενισχυτής για πικάπ, τεχνολογίας VOLTAiR 120 V rail,  Ισοστάθμιση κατά RIAA (Douglas Self),  Κατάλληλο για κεφαλές κινητού μαγνήτη (MM) ή κινητού πηνίου (MC).  Μέγιστη προενίσχυση: 51dB (MM), 70dB (MC),  Μεταβλητή χωρητικότητα για κεφαλές MM: Off, 150 pF, 220 pF, 330 pF  Μεταβλητή αντίσταση για κεφαλές MC: 100, 220, 470; 2k2, 4k7, 10 kohms  Πυκνωτές Styroflex σε όλη τη διαδρομή της ισοστάθμισης,  Μεταβλητή στάθμη: Normal, -10 dB, +4 dB,  Επίχρυσες εισόδους / εξόδους (RCA),  Διαθέτει σύνδεση για γείωση του πικάπ,  Φίλτρο αποκοπής χαμηλών (Subsonic),  Γραμμικό τροφοδοτικό με τοροειδή μετασχηματιστή,  Χαρακτηριστικά: Αριθμός Εισόδων: 6 Ιδιαίτερα Χαρακτηριστηκά: Φίλτρο Hi-Pass, Ειδική σύνδεση LK17 για το σύστημα ASM5 της Brauner και το σύστημα INA5-R της Microtech Gefell Τύπος Εισόδων: 1 x XLR & 1 x Pentarray & 1 x DB25 Τύπος Εξόδων: 6 x XLR & 1 x DB25  

1.831 ,48 €
36 Δόσεις 63,23€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

2.099 €
36 Δόσεις 72,46€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

2.099 €
36 Δόσεις 72,46€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Το Phonitor x, είναι ο απόλυτος ενισχυτής ακουστικών. Προσφέρει συνδέσεις για ακουστικά τόσο balanced όσο και unbalanced, ενώ με ισχύ εξόδου 3.7 W, η απόδοσή του είναι εντυπωσιακή.  Το επαναστατικό σύστημα Phonitor Matrix, προσφέρει την πιό ρεαλιστική ακρόαση για ακουστικά, αφού δημιουργεί την εντύπωση ακρόασης μέσω ηχείων. Το Phonitor x, δεν είναι μόνο ενισχυτής ακουστικών, αλλά και ένας εξαιρετικός προενισχυτής, όπου μπορείτε να συνδέσετε έναν τελικό ενισχυτή ή ενεργά ηχεία μόνιτορ Προδιαγραφές: Ενισχυτής ακουστικών και προενισχυτής, τεχνολογίας VOLTAiR 120 V Rail,  Ξεχωριστές συνδέσεις για ακουστικά και τελικό ενισχυτή balanced και unbalanced,  Κατάλληλο για όλα τα ακουστικά με αντίσταση μεγαλύτερη από 10 ohms,  Είσοδοι balanced και unbalanced (XLR και RCA),  Προαιρετικά ψηφιακές εισόδους: USB, coaxial and optical,  Προαιρετικά μετατροπέας DAC: 192 kHz / 24 Bit,  Έξοδοι balanced και unbalanced (XLR και RCA),  Phonitor Matrix για προσομοίωση ακρόασης ηχείων,  Έλεγχος Laterality: super-fine balance,  Διακόπτης Mono,  Έλεγχος στάθμης (ελέγχεται και με τηλεχειριστήριο),  Μέγιστη ισχύς εξόδου: 2 x 3.7 W (120 ohms),  Απόκριση συχνότητας: 10 Hz - 300 kHz (-3 dB),  THD+N: 0.00091 % (HP), 0.00085 % (Line),  Dynamic range: 135.5 dB (HP), 136.3 dB (Line),  Σύνδεση AMP CTR με τον τελικό ενισχυτή Performer (για έλεγχο του διακόπτη on/off),  Made in Germany Χαρακτηριστικά: Απόκριση Συχνότητας: ‹10Hz - ›200kHz (-3dB) Αριθμός Εισόδων: 2 Αριθμός Εξόδων: 2 & 1(Headphones) Δυναμική Περιοχή: 129,5 dBΑ Ενισχυτής Ακουστικών: ΝΑΙ Συνδετήρες Εισόδου: 2 x XLR Συνδετήρες Εξόδου: 2 x XLR 1 x TRS Τύπος Ενίσχυσης: Ενεργή  

2.220 €
36 Δόσεις 76,64€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Το Phonitor x, είναι ο απόλυτος ενισχυτής ακουστικών. Προσφέρει συνδέσεις για ακουστικά τόσο balanced όσο και unbalanced, ενώ με ισχύ εξόδου 3.7 W, η απόδοσή του είναι εντυπωσιακή.  Το επαναστατικό σύστημα Phonitor Matrix, προσφέρει την πιό ρεαλιστική ακρόαση για ακουστικά, αφού δημιουργεί την εντύπωση ακρόασης μέσω ηχείων. Το Phonitor x, δεν είναι μόνο ενισχυτής ακουστικών, αλλά και ένας εξαιρετικός προενισχυτής, όπου μπορείτε να συνδέσετε έναν τελικό ενισχυτή ή ενεργά ηχεία μόνιτορ Προδιαγραφές: Ενισχυτής ακουστικών και προενισχυτής, τεχνολογίας VOLTAiR 120 V Rail,  Ξεχωριστές συνδέσεις για ακουστικά και τελικό ενισχυτή balanced και unbalanced,  Κατάλληλο για όλα τα ακουστικά με αντίσταση μεγαλύτερη από 10 ohms,  Είσοδοι balanced και unbalanced (XLR και RCA),  Προαιρετικά ψηφιακές εισόδους: USB, coaxial and optical,  Προαιρετικά μετατροπέας DAC: 192 kHz / 24 Bit,  Έξοδοι balanced και unbalanced (XLR και RCA),  Phonitor Matrix για προσομοίωση ακρόασης ηχείων,  Έλεγχος Laterality: super-fine balance,  Διακόπτης Mono,  Έλεγχος στάθμης (ελέγχεται και με τηλεχειριστήριο),  Μέγιστη ισχύς εξόδου: 2 x 3.7 W (120 ohms),  Απόκριση συχνότητας: 10 Hz - 300 kHz (-3 dB),  THD+N: 0.00091 % (HP), 0.00085 % (Line),  Dynamic range: 135.5 dB (HP), 136.3 dB (Line),  Σύνδεση AMP CTR με τον τελικό ενισχυτή Performer (για έλεγχο του διακόπτη on/off),  Made in Germany Χαρακτηριστικά: Απόκριση Συχνότητας: ‹10Hz - ›200kHz (-3dB) Αριθμός Εισόδων: 2 Αριθμός Εξόδων: 2 & 1(Headphones) Δυναμική Περιοχή: 129,5 dBΑ Ενισχυτής Ακουστικών: ΝΑΙ Συνδετήρες Εισόδου: 2 x XLR Συνδετήρες Εξόδου: 2 x XLR 1 x TRS Τύπος Ενίσχυσης: Ενεργή  

2.220 €
36 Δόσεις 76,64€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

2.099 €
36 Δόσεις 72,46€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Our entry model into the world of VOLTAiR headphone amplifiers. The Phonitor se has the same audio signal amplification as its bigger brothers Phonitor x and Phonitor xe and therefore offers the same sound experience. The DAC768xs is optionally available. Volume & Source Selection The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. In addition to an analog source, three other digital sources can be connected to the Phonitor se with the optional DAC. Headphone Output with Power The Phonitor se offers a 6.35 mm jack for connecting headphones with jack plug. Up to 2 x 5 watts of output power is available at this socket. This allows even very power-hungry headphones such as magnetostats or electrostats to be driven effortlessly. The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, that allows you to listen to music through headphones with the sound experience of listening through speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without fatigue and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix in its largest expansion stage has three setting parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level.In Phonitor se the Center Level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker placement Angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The Crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the Crossfeed. Connections The Phonitor se is equipped with gold-plated RCA sockets for the analog input. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB Coax and Optical. The Optional DAC768xs The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the optional digital-to-analogue converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  Specifications: Analog input: RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

965 €
36 Δόσεις 33,32€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Our entry model into the world of VOLTAiR headphone amplifiers. The Phonitor se has the same audio signal amplification as its bigger brothers Phonitor x and Phonitor xe and therefore offers the same sound experience. The DAC768xs is optionally available. Volume & Source Selection The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. In addition to an analog source, three other digital sources can be connected to the Phonitor se with the optional DAC. Headphone Output with Power The Phonitor se offers a 6.35 mm jack for connecting headphones with jack plug. Up to 2 x 5 watts of output power is available at this socket. This allows even very power-hungry headphones such as magnetostats or electrostats to be driven effortlessly. The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, that allows you to listen to music through headphones with the sound experience of listening through speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without fatigue and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix in its largest expansion stage has three setting parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level.In Phonitor se the Center Level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker placement Angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The Crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the Crossfeed. Connections The Phonitor se is equipped with gold-plated RCA sockets for the analog input. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB Coax and Optical. The Optional DAC768xs The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the optional digital-to-analogue converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  Specifications: Analog input: RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

965 €
36 Δόσεις 33,32€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

All essential functions in a stylish, slim housing. The Phonitor e offers Phonitor Matrix, volume remote control, connection also for balanced headphones, DA converter option and the all superior VOLTAiR technology. For all headphones The Phonitor e offers connections for standard headphones with jack plug and for balanced headphones a 4-pin XLR connector. Thanks to the high output power, all headphones are driven effortlessly. Volume with remote control The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. The volume can be adjusted with any infrared remote control. The Phonitor e learns their commands. To do this, press the IR programming button on the back and then the buttons for louder and softer. Source selection A total of five sources can be connected to Phonitor e: XLR, Cinch, USB, Coax, and Optical Phonitor e is equipped with RCA connectors and balanced XLR connectors for the analog inputs. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB, Coax and Optical. The optional DAC768xs The converter chip used in the optional digital-to-analog converter is the highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, thanks to which you can listen to music with headphones as if you are listening to speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation rooms and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without tiring and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix, in its largest expansion stage, has three adjustment parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level. In Phonitor e the center level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the crossfeed. Specifications:   Analog Inputs: XLR (balanced), RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

1.425 €
36 Δόσεις 49,20€ / μήνα
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All essential functions in a stylish, slim housing. The Phonitor e offers Phonitor Matrix, volume remote control, connection also for balanced headphones, DA converter option and the all superior VOLTAiR technology. For all headphones The Phonitor e offers connections for standard headphones with jack plug and for balanced headphones a 4-pin XLR connector. Thanks to the high output power, all headphones are driven effortlessly. Volume with remote control The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. The volume can be adjusted with any infrared remote control. The Phonitor e learns their commands. To do this, press the IR programming button on the back and then the buttons for louder and softer. Source selection A total of five sources can be connected to Phonitor e: XLR, Cinch, USB, Coax, and Optical Phonitor e is equipped with RCA connectors and balanced XLR connectors for the analog inputs. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB, Coax and Optical. The optional DAC768xs The converter chip used in the optional digital-to-analog converter is the highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, thanks to which you can listen to music with headphones as if you are listening to speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation rooms and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without tiring and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix, in its largest expansion stage, has three adjustment parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level. In Phonitor e the center level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the crossfeed. Specifications:   Analog Inputs: XLR (balanced), RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

1.425 €
36 Δόσεις 49,20€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Our entry model into the world of VOLTAiR headphone amplifiers. The Phonitor se has the same audio signal amplification as its bigger brothers Phonitor x and Phonitor xe and therefore offers the same sound experience. The DAC768xs is optionally available. Volume & Source Selection The volume is adjusted with a milled all-aluminium rotary knob. The Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer provides a pleasant “spoon in honey” turning feeling. In addition to an analog source, three other digital sources can be connected to the Phonitor se with the optional DAC. Headphone Output with Power The Phonitor se offers a 6.35 mm jack for connecting headphones with jack plug. Up to 2 x 5 watts of output power is available at this socket. This allows even very power-hungry headphones such as magnetostats or electrostats to be driven effortlessly. The Revolution in the headphone amplifier is the Phonitor Matrix, with switchable crossfeed, that allows you to listen to music through headphones with the sound experience of listening through speakers. The tiring super stereo effect and the exaggerated reproduction of reverberation and effects are a thing of the past. Enjoy your music without fatigue and exactly as it should be heard. The Phonitor Matrix in its largest expansion stage has three setting parameters: Crossfeed, Speaker Angle and Center Level.In Phonitor se the Center Level is preset to -1 dB and the speaker placement Angle to 30°. These are the most common values. The Crossfeed function determines the crosstalk of the channels, the so-called interaural level difference. There are two switch positions C1 and C2 for the intensity of the Crossfeed. Connections The Phonitor se is equipped with gold-plated RCA sockets for the analog input. The optional DAC768xs adds three more digital sources: USB Coax and Optical. The Optional DAC768xs The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the optional digital-to-analogue converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which corresponds to 16 times the CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256.  Specifications: Analog input: RCA Maximum input gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Digital Inputs: DAC768xs (optional) Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

965 €
36 Δόσεις 33,32€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Stereo Power Amplifier This small stereo power amplifier shows everyone that size does not necessarily have anything to do with greatness. With the power of 570 W it has every speaker under control. Thanks to VOLTAiR technology, it is fast, precise and highly efficient with outstanding sound. Better safe than sorry The Performer s800 has a protection circuit against DC voltage and a limiter against output overload. If direct current (DC) is detected, the output stage switches off automatically and the Protect LED lights up red. To protect the output against overdriving, an LDR limiter (light-dependent resistor) is used. Since it works optically, the audio quality is not affected. The Protect LED lights up yellow when the limiter responds. As one calls into the forest, so it echoes out. This saying inspired us to send the input signal out again in order to drive another power amplifier in bi-amping mode. Trim to fit With reference to the s800, “fit” means adapted. And you can adapt the input sensitivity in 0.5 dB steps. From 0 dB to -5.5 dB. This is the much more audiophile solution for acoustically problematic rooms or loudspeaker set-ups than the panorama potentiometer of the preamplifier. In addition, the difference in loudness of loudspeakers can be elegantly compensated in bi-amping mode. Plus & Minus The loudspeaker binding posts can accommodate banana plugs as well as a stranded wire with a diameter of up to 4mm. For bi-wiring operation, both types of connection can be used together. No loudspeaker with less than 4 ohms impedance may be connected. Bridge You can turn the two power amplifier channels into one power amplifier by connecting only the two plus pole terminals to the loudspeaker. This allows 450W into 8 Ohm in mono operation mode. AMP CTL The power amplifier can be switched on and off using the AMP CTL connection between the Performer s800 and a preamplifier such as the Director Mk2 or the Crossover. To do this, connect the 3.5 mm jack sockets with a cable with 3.5 mm mono or stereo jack plugs. Third-party preamps can also switch the Performer s800 on and off with their 12 V trigger. Specifications: Analog Input & Thru: XLR (balanced) Input gain (max): 32.5 dB Input impedance (THRU not connected): 20 kΩ Common mode rejection (THRU not connected): -82 dB Input sensitivity: 6 dBu Loudspeaker Outputs: Binding posts with ø4mm cable hole (screwable) and banana plug Output power (RMS, 4 Ω): 570 W Output power (RMS, 8 Ω): 370 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 8 Ω): < 0.03 % Output power (RMS, 8 Ω, Bridge Mode): 450 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 8 Ω, Bridge Mode): < 0.011 % Output power (peak to peak): 74 V Output power (peak to peak, Bridge Mode): 180 V Output voltage (RMS): 35 V Output voltage (RMS, Bridge Mode): 86 V Output impedance (20 Hz – 20 kHz): < 0.031 Ω Output impedance (20 Hz – 20 kHz, Bridge Mode): < 0.043 Ω Amplification gain: 26 dB Amplification gain (Bridge Mode): 32 dB Damping factor (1 kHz, 8 Ohm): > 300 Damping factor (1 kHz, 8 Ohm, Bridge Mode): > 190 Frequency range (-3dB): 9 Hz – 200 kHz Noise (A-weighted): -123 dBu Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Toroidal transformer: 875 VA Operating voltage (Input stage): +/- 60 V Operating voltage (power stage): +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays, LEDs, AMP CTL: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse 230 V: T 4 mA Fuse 115 V: T 8 A Power consumption: max. 875 VA Idle power consumption: 40 W Stand-by power consumption: < 0.3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 375 mm Unit weight: 12.8 kg Shipping weight: 14 kg

2.998 €
36 Δόσεις 103,50€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Stereo Power Amplifier This small stereo power amplifier shows everyone that size does not necessarily have anything to do with greatness. With the power of 570 W it has every speaker under control. Thanks to VOLTAiR technology, it is fast, precise and highly efficient with outstanding sound. Better safe than sorry The Performer s800 has a protection circuit against DC voltage and a limiter against output overload. If direct current (DC) is detected, the output stage switches off automatically and the Protect LED lights up red. To protect the output against overdriving, an LDR limiter (light-dependent resistor) is used. Since it works optically, the audio quality is not affected. The Protect LED lights up yellow when the limiter responds. As one calls into the forest, so it echoes out. This saying inspired us to send the input signal out again in order to drive another power amplifier in bi-amping mode. Trim to fit With reference to the s800, “fit” means adapted. And you can adapt the input sensitivity in 0.5 dB steps. From 0 dB to -5.5 dB. This is the much more audiophile solution for acoustically problematic rooms or loudspeaker set-ups than the panorama potentiometer of the preamplifier. In addition, the difference in loudness of loudspeakers can be elegantly compensated in bi-amping mode. Plus & Minus The loudspeaker binding posts can accommodate banana plugs as well as a stranded wire with a diameter of up to 4mm. For bi-wiring operation, both types of connection can be used together. No loudspeaker with less than 4 ohms impedance may be connected. Bridge You can turn the two power amplifier channels into one power amplifier by connecting only the two plus pole terminals to the loudspeaker. This allows 450W into 8 Ohm in mono operation mode. AMP CTL The power amplifier can be switched on and off using the AMP CTL connection between the Performer s800 and a preamplifier such as the Director Mk2 or the Crossover. To do this, connect the 3.5 mm jack sockets with a cable with 3.5 mm mono or stereo jack plugs. Third-party preamps can also switch the Performer s800 on and off with their 12 V trigger. Specifications: Analog Input & Thru: XLR (balanced) Input gain (max): 32.5 dB Input impedance (THRU not connected): 20 kΩ Common mode rejection (THRU not connected): -82 dB Input sensitivity: 6 dBu Loudspeaker Outputs: Binding posts with ø4mm cable hole (screwable) and banana plug Output power (RMS, 4 Ω): 570 W Output power (RMS, 8 Ω): 370 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 8 Ω): < 0.03 % Output power (RMS, 8 Ω, Bridge Mode): 450 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 8 Ω, Bridge Mode): < 0.011 % Output power (peak to peak): 74 V Output power (peak to peak, Bridge Mode): 180 V Output voltage (RMS): 35 V Output voltage (RMS, Bridge Mode): 86 V Output impedance (20 Hz – 20 kHz): < 0.031 Ω Output impedance (20 Hz – 20 kHz, Bridge Mode): < 0.043 Ω Amplification gain: 26 dB Amplification gain (Bridge Mode): 32 dB Damping factor (1 kHz, 8 Ohm): > 300 Damping factor (1 kHz, 8 Ohm, Bridge Mode): > 190 Frequency range (-3dB): 9 Hz – 200 kHz Noise (A-weighted): -123 dBu Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Toroidal transformer: 875 VA Operating voltage (Input stage): +/- 60 V Operating voltage (power stage): +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays, LEDs, AMP CTL: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse 230 V: T 4 mA Fuse 115 V: T 8 A Power consumption: max. 875 VA Idle power consumption: 40 W Stand-by power consumption: < 0.3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 375 mm Unit weight: 12.8 kg Shipping weight: 14 kg

2.998 €
36 Δόσεις 103,50€ / μήνα
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Our powerhouse mono-block. With the power of 1000 W this amplifier controls every loudspeaker effortlessly. Thanks to VOLTAiR technology it is fast, direct and highly efficient with an outstanding sound. Individual design The Performer m1000 can be equipped with a black, red or silver decorative panel that are included in the scope of delivery. This gives you a choice of three colour variants for your chosen basic colour. The decorative panels adhere with the help of a strong neodymium magnet. No tools are therefore required for changing them. Better safe than sorry The Performer m1000 has a protection circuit against DC voltage and a limiter against output overload. If direct current (DC) is detected, the output stage switches off automatically and the Protect LED lights up red. To protect the output against overdriving, an LDR limiter (light-dependent resistor) is used. Since it works optically, the audio quality is not affected. The Protect LED lights up yellow when the limiter responds. As one calls into the forest, so it echoes out. This saying inspired us to send the input signal out again in order to drive another power amplifier in bi-amping mode. Trim to fit With reference to the m1000, “fit” means adapted. And you can adapt the input sensitivity in 0.5 dB steps. From 0 dB to -5.5 dB. This is the much more audiophile solution for acoustically problematic rooms or loudspeaker set-ups than the panorama potentiometer of the preamplifier. In addition, the difference in loudness of loudspeakers can be elegantly compensated in bi-amping mode. Plus & Minus The loudspeaker binding posts can accommodate banana plugs as well as a stranded wire with a diameter of up to 4mm. For bi-wiring operation, both types of connection can be used together. No loudspeaker with less than 2 ohms impedance may be connected. AMP CTL The power amplifier can be switched on and off using the AMP CTL connection between the Performer m1000 and a preamplifier such as the Director Mk2 or the Crossover. To do this, connect the 3.5 mm jack sockets with a cable with 3.5 mm mono or stereo jack plugs. Third-party preamps can also switch the Performer m1000 on and off with a 12 V trigger. Keep cool Inside the Performer m1000, six fans usually do nothing at all, because 90% of the heat is passively dissipated via massive heat sinks. Should it nevertheless become really loud for a really long time, the processor-controlled fans remain virtually inaudible at only 19 dB (A). Specifications: Analog Input & Thru: XLR (balanced) Input gain (max): 32.5 dBu Input impedance (THRU not connected): 20 kΩ Common mode rejection (THRU not connected): -82 dBu Input sensitivity: 12.5 dBu Loudspeaker Output: Binding posts with ø4mm cable hole (screwable) and banana plug Output power (RMS, 2 Ω): 1000 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 2 Ω): < 0.08 % Output power (RMS, 4 Ω): 750 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 4 Ω): < 0.05 % Output power (RMS, 8 Ω): 420 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 8 Ω): < 0.03 % Output power (peak to peak): 180 V Output voltage (RMS): 64.6 V Output impedance (20 Hz – 20 kHz): < 0.031 Ω Amplification gain: 26 dB Damping factor (1 kHz, 8 Ohm): > 280 Frequency range (-3dB): 10 Hz – 80 kHz Noise (A-weighted): -123 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Toroidal transformer: 1375 VA Operating voltage (Input stage): +/- 60 V Operating voltage (power stage): +/- 91 V Operating voltage for relays, LEDs, AMP CTL: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse 230 V: T 6.3 mA Fuse 115 V: T 12 A Power consumption: max. 1375 VA Idle power consumption: 50 W Stand-by power consumption: < 0.3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 205 x 375 mm Unit weight: 24.8 kg Shipping weight: 29.3 kg

3.900 €
36 Δόσεις 134,64€ / μήνα
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Our powerhouse mono-block. With the power of 1000 W this amplifier controls every loudspeaker effortlessly. Thanks to VOLTAiR technology it is fast, direct and highly efficient with an outstanding sound. Individual design The Performer m1000 can be equipped with a black, red or silver decorative panel that are included in the scope of delivery. This gives you a choice of three colour variants for your chosen basic colour. The decorative panels adhere with the help of a strong neodymium magnet. No tools are therefore required for changing them. Better safe than sorry The Performer m1000 has a protection circuit against DC voltage and a limiter against output overload. If direct current (DC) is detected, the output stage switches off automatically and the Protect LED lights up red. To protect the output against overdriving, an LDR limiter (light-dependent resistor) is used. Since it works optically, the audio quality is not affected. The Protect LED lights up yellow when the limiter responds. As one calls into the forest, so it echoes out. This saying inspired us to send the input signal out again in order to drive another power amplifier in bi-amping mode. Trim to fit With reference to the m1000, “fit” means adapted. And you can adapt the input sensitivity in 0.5 dB steps. From 0 dB to -5.5 dB. This is the much more audiophile solution for acoustically problematic rooms or loudspeaker set-ups than the panorama potentiometer of the preamplifier. In addition, the difference in loudness of loudspeakers can be elegantly compensated in bi-amping mode. Plus & Minus The loudspeaker binding posts can accommodate banana plugs as well as a stranded wire with a diameter of up to 4mm. For bi-wiring operation, both types of connection can be used together. No loudspeaker with less than 2 ohms impedance may be connected. AMP CTL The power amplifier can be switched on and off using the AMP CTL connection between the Performer m1000 and a preamplifier such as the Director Mk2 or the Crossover. To do this, connect the 3.5 mm jack sockets with a cable with 3.5 mm mono or stereo jack plugs. Third-party preamps can also switch the Performer m1000 on and off with a 12 V trigger. Keep cool Inside the Performer m1000, six fans usually do nothing at all, because 90% of the heat is passively dissipated via massive heat sinks. Should it nevertheless become really loud for a really long time, the processor-controlled fans remain virtually inaudible at only 19 dB (A). Specifications: Analog Input & Thru: XLR (balanced) Input gain (max): 32.5 dBu Input impedance (THRU not connected): 20 kΩ Common mode rejection (THRU not connected): -82 dBu Input sensitivity: 12.5 dBu Loudspeaker Output: Binding posts with ø4mm cable hole (screwable) and banana plug Output power (RMS, 2 Ω): 1000 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 2 Ω): < 0.08 % Output power (RMS, 4 Ω): 750 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 4 Ω): < 0.05 % Output power (RMS, 8 Ω): 420 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 8 Ω): < 0.03 % Output power (peak to peak): 180 V Output voltage (RMS): 64.6 V Output impedance (20 Hz – 20 kHz): < 0.031 Ω Amplification gain: 26 dB Damping factor (1 kHz, 8 Ohm): > 280 Frequency range (-3dB): 10 Hz – 80 kHz Noise (A-weighted): -123 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Toroidal transformer: 1375 VA Operating voltage (Input stage): +/- 60 V Operating voltage (power stage): +/- 91 V Operating voltage for relays, LEDs, AMP CTL: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse 230 V: T 6.3 mA Fuse 115 V: T 12 A Power consumption: max. 1375 VA Idle power consumption: 50 W Stand-by power consumption: < 0.3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 205 x 375 mm Unit weight: 24.8 kg Shipping weight: 29.3 kg

3.900 €
36 Δόσεις 134,64€ / μήνα
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The analog purist. This is the preamplifier for the lover of pure analog technology. With motorized volume control, retro-look-VU-meter, tape monitor and the all superior VOLTAiR technology the Elector brings analog sources to new life. Milled from solid is the big 45mm Volume control. Its mass together with the  motorized Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer enhances the “spoon in the honey” feeling even further. The red marker LED makes the setting visible even in darkened environments. Volume RC The volume can be remote controlled with any infrared remote control, that the Elector simply learns. To do this, press the IR programming button and then the buttons for louder and quieter. Learning made easy This video explains how you can use any infrared remote control to remotely control the volume and the source selection. Source of joy Up to six (6 !) analog stereo sources can be connected to the Elector. The Elector offers three pairs of balanced inputs with XLR connectors and three pairs of standard inputs with gold-plated RCA connectors. Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Tape Monitor A tape monitor circuitry is quite retro. Who still owns a cassette recorder or a tape machine? Who still has an equalizer? To put it another way: Who would like to do it and cannot do it because no manufacturer offers a tape monitor circuit anymore? Well, those who want can again. Today’s audio levels are much higher than in the past and many recorders will be overloaded by them. In that case simply press the switch and the level to the recorder is lowered by 10 dB. To compensate, the level from the recorder is increased by 10 dB. Et voilà. Preamp & Direct Out On the output side, power amplifiers or active loudspeakers can be connected to the preamp output sockets using XLRs. The Direct Out via RCA picks up the output signal before the volume control and thus offers the possibility to connect a headphone amplifier. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets to which power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected in order to remotely switch them on and off together with the Director Mk2. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Output: XLR (balanced) and RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance (RCA): 47 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Operating voltage for DAC768: + 7 V, +3.3 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 500 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 1 A Power consumption: max. 40 VA Stand-by power consumption: < 0,3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 330 mm Unit weight: 4.25 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 5.4 kg

2.300 €
36 Δόσεις 79,40€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

The analog purist. This is the preamplifier for the lover of pure analog technology. With motorized volume control, retro-look-VU-meter, tape monitor and the all superior VOLTAiR technology the Elector brings analog sources to new life. Milled from solid is the big 45mm Volume control. Its mass together with the  motorized Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer enhances the “spoon in the honey” feeling even further. The red marker LED makes the setting visible even in darkened environments. Volume RC The volume can be remote controlled with any infrared remote control, that the Elector simply learns. To do this, press the IR programming button and then the buttons for louder and quieter. Learning made easy This video explains how you can use any infrared remote control to remotely control the volume and the source selection. Source of joy Up to six (6 !) analog stereo sources can be connected to the Elector. The Elector offers three pairs of balanced inputs with XLR connectors and three pairs of standard inputs with gold-plated RCA connectors. Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Tape Monitor A tape monitor circuitry is quite retro. Who still owns a cassette recorder or a tape machine? Who still has an equalizer? To put it another way: Who would like to do it and cannot do it because no manufacturer offers a tape monitor circuit anymore? Well, those who want can again. Today’s audio levels are much higher than in the past and many recorders will be overloaded by them. In that case simply press the switch and the level to the recorder is lowered by 10 dB. To compensate, the level from the recorder is increased by 10 dB. Et voilà. Preamp & Direct Out On the output side, power amplifiers or active loudspeakers can be connected to the preamp output sockets using XLRs. The Direct Out via RCA picks up the output signal before the volume control and thus offers the possibility to connect a headphone amplifier. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets to which power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected in order to remotely switch them on and off together with the Director Mk2. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Output: XLR (balanced) and RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance (RCA): 47 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Operating voltage for DAC768: + 7 V, +3.3 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 500 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 1 A Power consumption: max. 40 VA Stand-by power consumption: < 0,3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 330 mm Unit weight: 4.25 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 5.4 kg

2.300 €
36 Δόσεις 79,40€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Our powerhouse mono-block. With the power of 1000 W this amplifier controls every loudspeaker effortlessly. Thanks to VOLTAiR technology it is fast, direct and highly efficient with an outstanding sound. Individual design The Performer m1000 can be equipped with a black, red or silver decorative panel that are included in the scope of delivery. This gives you a choice of three colour variants for your chosen basic colour. The decorative panels adhere with the help of a strong neodymium magnet. No tools are therefore required for changing them. Better safe than sorry The Performer m1000 has a protection circuit against DC voltage and a limiter against output overload. If direct current (DC) is detected, the output stage switches off automatically and the Protect LED lights up red. To protect the output against overdriving, an LDR limiter (light-dependent resistor) is used. Since it works optically, the audio quality is not affected. The Protect LED lights up yellow when the limiter responds. As one calls into the forest, so it echoes out. This saying inspired us to send the input signal out again in order to drive another power amplifier in bi-amping mode. Trim to fit With reference to the m1000, “fit” means adapted. And you can adapt the input sensitivity in 0.5 dB steps. From 0 dB to -5.5 dB. This is the much more audiophile solution for acoustically problematic rooms or loudspeaker set-ups than the panorama potentiometer of the preamplifier. In addition, the difference in loudness of loudspeakers can be elegantly compensated in bi-amping mode. Plus & Minus The loudspeaker binding posts can accommodate banana plugs as well as a stranded wire with a diameter of up to 4mm. For bi-wiring operation, both types of connection can be used together. No loudspeaker with less than 2 ohms impedance may be connected. AMP CTL The power amplifier can be switched on and off using the AMP CTL connection between the Performer m1000 and a preamplifier such as the Director Mk2 or the Crossover. To do this, connect the 3.5 mm jack sockets with a cable with 3.5 mm mono or stereo jack plugs. Third-party preamps can also switch the Performer m1000 on and off with a 12 V trigger. Keep cool Inside the Performer m1000, six fans usually do nothing at all, because 90% of the heat is passively dissipated via massive heat sinks. Should it nevertheless become really loud for a really long time, the processor-controlled fans remain virtually inaudible at only 19 dB (A). Specifications: Analog Input & Thru: XLR (balanced) Input gain (max): 32.5 dBu Input impedance (THRU not connected): 20 kΩ Common mode rejection (THRU not connected): -82 dBu Input sensitivity: 12.5 dBu Loudspeaker Output: Binding posts with ø4mm cable hole (screwable) and banana plug Output power (RMS, 2 Ω): 1000 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 2 Ω): < 0.08 % Output power (RMS, 4 Ω): 750 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 4 Ω): < 0.05 % Output power (RMS, 8 Ω): 420 W Harmonic distortion (1 kHz, 8 Ω): < 0.03 % Output power (peak to peak): 180 V Output voltage (RMS): 64.6 V Output impedance (20 Hz – 20 kHz): < 0.031 Ω Amplification gain: 26 dB Damping factor (1 kHz, 8 Ohm): > 280 Frequency range (-3dB): 10 Hz – 80 kHz Noise (A-weighted): -123 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Toroidal transformer: 1375 VA Operating voltage (Input stage): +/- 60 V Operating voltage (power stage): +/- 91 V Operating voltage for relays, LEDs, AMP CTL: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse 230 V: T 6.3 mA Fuse 115 V: T 12 A Power consumption: max. 1375 VA Idle power consumption: 50 W Stand-by power consumption: < 0.3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 205 x 375 mm Unit weight: 24.8 kg Shipping weight: 29.3 kg

3.900 €
36 Δόσεις 134,64€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

The analog purist. This is the preamplifier for the lover of pure analog technology. With motorized volume control, retro-look-VU-meter, tape monitor and the all superior VOLTAiR technology the Elector brings analog sources to new life. Milled from solid is the big 45mm Volume control. Its mass together with the  motorized Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer enhances the “spoon in the honey” feeling even further. The red marker LED makes the setting visible even in darkened environments. Volume RC The volume can be remote controlled with any infrared remote control, that the Elector simply learns. To do this, press the IR programming button and then the buttons for louder and quieter. Learning made easy This video explains how you can use any infrared remote control to remotely control the volume and the source selection. Source of joy Up to six (6 !) analog stereo sources can be connected to the Elector. The Elector offers three pairs of balanced inputs with XLR connectors and three pairs of standard inputs with gold-plated RCA connectors. Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Tape Monitor A tape monitor circuitry is quite retro. Who still owns a cassette recorder or a tape machine? Who still has an equalizer? To put it another way: Who would like to do it and cannot do it because no manufacturer offers a tape monitor circuit anymore? Well, those who want can again. Today’s audio levels are much higher than in the past and many recorders will be overloaded by them. In that case simply press the switch and the level to the recorder is lowered by 10 dB. To compensate, the level from the recorder is increased by 10 dB. Et voilà. Preamp & Direct Out On the output side, power amplifiers or active loudspeakers can be connected to the preamp output sockets using XLRs. The Direct Out via RCA picks up the output signal before the volume control and thus offers the possibility to connect a headphone amplifier. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets to which power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected in order to remotely switch them on and off together with the Director Mk2. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Output: XLR (balanced) and RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance (RCA): 47 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Operating voltage for DAC768: + 7 V, +3.3 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 500 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 1 A Power consumption: max. 40 VA Stand-by power consumption: < 0,3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 330 mm Unit weight: 4.25 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 5.4 kg

2.300 €
36 Δόσεις 79,40€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

The director sets the tone. The central unit of the HiFi system is the preamplifier. With remote source selection and volume control, retro-look-VU-meter, premium DA-converter and the all superior VOLTAiR technology, the Director Mk2 caters for musical blockbusters. Milled from solid is the big 45mm Volume control. Its mass together with the  motorized Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer enhances the “spoon in the honey” feeling even further. The red marker LED makes the setting visible even in darkened environments. Volume RC The volume can be remote controlled with any infrared remote control, that the Director Mk2 simply learns. Learning made easy This video explains how you can use any infrared remote control to remotely control the volume and the source selection. Source of joy Up to ten (10 !) stereo sources can be connected to the Director Mk2. Six of them are for analog and four for digital input signals. The source selection is shown in the dot matrix LED display: IN 1 through IN 6 for the analog inputs. AES, USB, COAX, OPTI for the digital inputs, where the detected sample rate is displayed after about two seconds. For example U768 = USB input with 768kHz sampling rate. The source selection can also be operated remotely if the rotary switch is set to the “Remote” position. The Director Mk2 offers two pairs of balanced inputs with XLR connectors and four standard inputs with gold-plated RCA connectors. On the digital side there are four additional inputs. PCM audio is received in S/P-DIF format via coaxial Cinch, optical Toslink and balanced XLR (AES). Both PCM audio and DSD audio can be converted via USB. The DAC768 The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the digital-to-analog converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which is equivalent to 16 times CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256. The DLP120 The analog output of the DAC chip must be filtered by a low pass filter. Director Mk2 has two of them: One for PCM audio and one for DSD audio, since different roll-off frequencies are required. And in contrast to all other DACs in the world, the low pass filters here are built using VOLTAiR technology, which provides a plus in dynamics and headroom. Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Tape Monitor A tape monitor circuitry is quite retro. Who still owns a cassette recorder or a tape machine? Who still has an equalizer? To put it another way: Who would like to do it and cannot do it because no manufacturer offers a tape monitor circuit anymore? Well, those who want can again. Today’s audio levels are much higher than in the past and many recorders will be overloaded by them. In that case simply press the switch and the level to the recorder is lowered by 10 dB. To compensate, the level from the recorder is increased by 10 dB. Et voilà. Preamp & Direct Out On the output side, power amplifiers or active loudspeakers can be connected to the preamp output sockets using XLRs. The Direct Out via RCA picks up the output signal before the volume control and thus offers the possibility to connect a headphone amplifier. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets to which power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected in order to remotely switch them on and off together with the Director Mk2. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Outputs: XLR (balanced), RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance (RCA): 47 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Digital Inputs, DAC768 AES/EBU (XLR), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

2.650 €
36 Δόσεις 91,49€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

The director sets the tone. The central unit of the HiFi system is the preamplifier. With remote source selection and volume control, retro-look-VU-meter, premium DA-converter and the all superior VOLTAiR technology, the Director Mk2 caters for musical blockbusters. Milled from solid is the big 45mm Volume control. Its mass together with the  motorized Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer enhances the “spoon in the honey” feeling even further. The red marker LED makes the setting visible even in darkened environments. Volume RC The volume can be remote controlled with any infrared remote control, that the Director Mk2 simply learns. Learning made easy This video explains how you can use any infrared remote control to remotely control the volume and the source selection. Source of joy Up to ten (10 !) stereo sources can be connected to the Director Mk2. Six of them are for analog and four for digital input signals. The source selection is shown in the dot matrix LED display: IN 1 through IN 6 for the analog inputs. AES, USB, COAX, OPTI for the digital inputs, where the detected sample rate is displayed after about two seconds. For example U768 = USB input with 768kHz sampling rate. The source selection can also be operated remotely if the rotary switch is set to the “Remote” position. The Director Mk2 offers two pairs of balanced inputs with XLR connectors and four standard inputs with gold-plated RCA connectors. On the digital side there are four additional inputs. PCM audio is received in S/P-DIF format via coaxial Cinch, optical Toslink and balanced XLR (AES). Both PCM audio and DSD audio can be converted via USB. The DAC768 The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the digital-to-analog converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which is equivalent to 16 times CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256. The DLP120 The analog output of the DAC chip must be filtered by a low pass filter. Director Mk2 has two of them: One for PCM audio and one for DSD audio, since different roll-off frequencies are required. And in contrast to all other DACs in the world, the low pass filters here are built using VOLTAiR technology, which provides a plus in dynamics and headroom. Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Tape Monitor A tape monitor circuitry is quite retro. Who still owns a cassette recorder or a tape machine? Who still has an equalizer? To put it another way: Who would like to do it and cannot do it because no manufacturer offers a tape monitor circuit anymore? Well, those who want can again. Today’s audio levels are much higher than in the past and many recorders will be overloaded by them. In that case simply press the switch and the level to the recorder is lowered by 10 dB. To compensate, the level from the recorder is increased by 10 dB. Et voilà. Preamp & Direct Out On the output side, power amplifiers or active loudspeakers can be connected to the preamp output sockets using XLRs. The Direct Out via RCA picks up the output signal before the volume control and thus offers the possibility to connect a headphone amplifier. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets to which power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected in order to remotely switch them on and off together with the Director Mk2. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Outputs: XLR (balanced), RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance (RCA): 47 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Digital Inputs, DAC768 AES/EBU (XLR), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

2.650 €
36 Δόσεις 91,49€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

The director sets the tone. The central unit of the HiFi system is the preamplifier. With remote source selection and volume control, retro-look-VU-meter, premium DA-converter and the all superior VOLTAiR technology, the Director Mk2 caters for musical blockbusters. Milled from solid is the big 45mm Volume control. Its mass together with the  motorized Alps RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer enhances the “spoon in the honey” feeling even further. The red marker LED makes the setting visible even in darkened environments. Volume RC The volume can be remote controlled with any infrared remote control, that the Director Mk2 simply learns. Learning made easy This video explains how you can use any infrared remote control to remotely control the volume and the source selection. Source of joy Up to ten (10 !) stereo sources can be connected to the Director Mk2. Six of them are for analog and four for digital input signals. The source selection is shown in the dot matrix LED display: IN 1 through IN 6 for the analog inputs. AES, USB, COAX, OPTI for the digital inputs, where the detected sample rate is displayed after about two seconds. For example U768 = USB input with 768kHz sampling rate. The source selection can also be operated remotely if the rotary switch is set to the “Remote” position. The Director Mk2 offers two pairs of balanced inputs with XLR connectors and four standard inputs with gold-plated RCA connectors. On the digital side there are four additional inputs. PCM audio is received in S/P-DIF format via coaxial Cinch, optical Toslink and balanced XLR (AES). Both PCM audio and DSD audio can be converted via USB. The DAC768 The highly acclaimed AKM AK4490 Velvet Sound™ premium DAC chip is used as the converter chip in the digital-to-analog converter, which thanks to its new architecture reproduces the finest sound details. It converts PCM audio with a resolution of 32 bits and a sampling rate of up to 768kHz, which is equivalent to 16 times CD resolution. Direct Stream Digital is also supported up to a resolution of DSD4 or DSD256. The DLP120 The analog output of the DAC chip must be filtered by a low pass filter. Director Mk2 has two of them: One for PCM audio and one for DSD audio, since different roll-off frequencies are required. And in contrast to all other DACs in the world, the low pass filters here are built using VOLTAiR technology, which provides a plus in dynamics and headroom. Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Tape Monitor A tape monitor circuitry is quite retro. Who still owns a cassette recorder or a tape machine? Who still has an equalizer? To put it another way: Who would like to do it and cannot do it because no manufacturer offers a tape monitor circuit anymore? Well, those who want can again. Today’s audio levels are much higher than in the past and many recorders will be overloaded by them. In that case simply press the switch and the level to the recorder is lowered by 10 dB. To compensate, the level from the recorder is increased by 10 dB. Et voilà. Preamp & Direct Out On the output side, power amplifiers or active loudspeakers can be connected to the preamp output sockets using XLRs. The Direct Out via RCA picks up the output signal before the volume control and thus offers the possibility to connect a headphone amplifier. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets to which power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected in order to remotely switch them on and off together with the Director Mk2. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Outputs: XLR (balanced), RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance (RCA): 47 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Digital Inputs, DAC768 AES/EBU (XLR), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Coaxial SPDIF (RCA), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optical SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

2.650 €
36 Δόσεις 91,49€ / μήνα
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Finally an analog crossover again It is difficult to optimally integrate subwoofers. At present, there are almost only digital crossovers for this purpose. But who wants to convert back and forth? You don’t need to anymore. Our Crossover sets the crossovers anew. Crossing over The crossover is divided into two section: The Low section for the subwoofer (mono or stereo) and the Mid-Hi section for the top/main speakers. The crossover frequencies for Low and Mid-Hi can be set individually from 50 Hz to 120 Hz in 6 positions. The Low filter has a slope of 24 dB per octave. The slope of the MID-HI filter can be switched from 12 dB (Butterworth) to 24 dB (Linkwitz/Riley). In Phase Audio signals should come from the speakers and subwoofers in phase. The crossover offers variable phase control for this purpose. Use the toggle switch to activate the phase control (phase 0° or phase -180°) and use the control to establish simultaneousness. If the phase control is not required, it can be switched off and thus disappears completely from the signal path. One or two? If you want to connect two subwoofers (one for L and one for R), this switch should be set to stereo. If you only use one subwoofer, switch to mono. The crossover creates a mono signal of the Low frequencies and outputs it to both Low outputs (L + R). On or off? If you prefer to run the top/main speakers full-range, you can switch off the MID-Hi filter. Get rid off it With the Low Cut filter all frequencies below 20 Hz can be filtered out with a 6dB roll-off. This way, no inaudible low frequencies get into the power amplifier, which relieves it a lot. As long as you're having fun The output volume of the subwoofer can be varied from -10 dB to +10 dB. In addition to the purely corrective adjustment of the speaker system, you can add more bass into recordings that lack low end.  It’s like saying, “Happiness is when the bass kicks in.” Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Sources The Elector offers both balanced inputs with XLR sockets and standard inputs with gold-plated RCA sockets. Low & Mid-Hi On the output side, the power amplifiers or active loudspeakers or subwoofers are connected to the Low & Mid-Hi output sockets by means of balanced XLRs. This means that even long cable runs to e.g. mono power amps placed next to the speaker are possible without the risk of interference. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets, to which up to four power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected to switch them on and off together with the crossover. The crossover itself can also be switched on by a preamplifier like the Director Mk2 or Phonitor x. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Output: XLR (balanced) and RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dB Input impedance (RCA): 20 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -70 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz, MID-Hi filter on): 0.0008 % THD (0 dBu, 30 Hz, LOW filter on): 0.0014 % Noise (A-weighted, MID-HI output): -106 dBu Noise (A-weighted, LOW output): -104,9 dBu Dynamic range (MID-HI output): 138 dB Dynamic range (LOW output): 136.9 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 500 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 1 A Power consumption: max. 50 VA Stand-by power consumption: < 0,3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 330 mm Unit weight: 5,4 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 7,0 kg

3.000 €
36 Δόσεις 103,57€ / μήνα
Κατόπιν Παραγγελίας

Finally an analog crossover again It is difficult to optimally integrate subwoofers. At present, there are almost only digital crossovers for this purpose. But who wants to convert back and forth? You don’t need to anymore. Our Crossover sets the crossovers anew. Crossing over The crossover is divided into two section: The Low section for the subwoofer (mono or stereo) and the Mid-Hi section for the top/main speakers. The crossover frequencies for Low and Mid-Hi can be set individually from 50 Hz to 120 Hz in 6 positions. The Low filter has a slope of 24 dB per octave. The slope of the MID-HI filter can be switched from 12 dB (Butterworth) to 24 dB (Linkwitz/Riley). In Phase Audio signals should come from the speakers and subwoofers in phase. The crossover offers variable phase control for this purpose. Use the toggle switch to activate the phase control (phase 0° or phase -180°) and use the control to establish simultaneousness. If the phase control is not required, it can be switched off and thus disappears completely from the signal path. One or two? If you want to connect two subwoofers (one for L and one for R), this switch should be set to stereo. If you only use one subwoofer, switch to mono. The crossover creates a mono signal of the Low frequencies and outputs it to both Low outputs (L + R). On or off? If you prefer to run the top/main speakers full-range, you can switch off the MID-Hi filter. Get rid off it With the Low Cut filter all frequencies below 20 Hz can be filtered out with a 6dB roll-off. This way, no inaudible low frequencies get into the power amplifier, which relieves it a lot. As long as you're having fun The output volume of the subwoofer can be varied from -10 dB to +10 dB. In addition to the purely corrective adjustment of the speaker system, you can add more bass into recordings that lack low end.  It’s like saying, “Happiness is when the bass kicks in.” Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Sources The Elector offers both balanced inputs with XLR sockets and standard inputs with gold-plated RCA sockets. Low & Mid-Hi On the output side, the power amplifiers or active loudspeakers or subwoofers are connected to the Low & Mid-Hi output sockets by means of balanced XLRs. This means that even long cable runs to e.g. mono power amps placed next to the speaker are possible without the risk of interference. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets, to which up to four power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected to switch them on and off together with the crossover. The crossover itself can also be switched on by a preamplifier like the Director Mk2 or Phonitor x. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Output: XLR (balanced) and RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dB Input impedance (RCA): 20 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -70 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz, MID-Hi filter on): 0.0008 % THD (0 dBu, 30 Hz, LOW filter on): 0.0014 % Noise (A-weighted, MID-HI output): -106 dBu Noise (A-weighted, LOW output): -104,9 dBu Dynamic range (MID-HI output): 138 dB Dynamic range (LOW output): 136.9 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 500 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 1 A Power consumption: max. 50 VA Stand-by power consumption: < 0,3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 330 mm Unit weight: 5,4 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 7,0 kg

3.000 €
36 Δόσεις 103,57€ / μήνα
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Finally an analog crossover again It is difficult to optimally integrate subwoofers. At present, there are almost only digital crossovers for this purpose. But who wants to convert back and forth? You don’t need to anymore. Our Crossover sets the crossovers anew. Crossing over The crossover is divided into two section: The Low section for the subwoofer (mono or stereo) and the Mid-Hi section for the top/main speakers. The crossover frequencies for Low and Mid-Hi can be set individually from 50 Hz to 120 Hz in 6 positions. The Low filter has a slope of 24 dB per octave. The slope of the MID-HI filter can be switched from 12 dB (Butterworth) to 24 dB (Linkwitz/Riley). In Phase Audio signals should come from the speakers and subwoofers in phase. The crossover offers variable phase control for this purpose. Use the toggle switch to activate the phase control (phase 0° or phase -180°) and use the control to establish simultaneousness. If the phase control is not required, it can be switched off and thus disappears completely from the signal path. One or two? If you want to connect two subwoofers (one for L and one for R), this switch should be set to stereo. If you only use one subwoofer, switch to mono. The crossover creates a mono signal of the Low frequencies and outputs it to both Low outputs (L + R). On or off? If you prefer to run the top/main speakers full-range, you can switch off the MID-Hi filter. Get rid off it With the Low Cut filter all frequencies below 20 Hz can be filtered out with a 6dB roll-off. This way, no inaudible low frequencies get into the power amplifier, which relieves it a lot. As long as you're having fun The output volume of the subwoofer can be varied from -10 dB to +10 dB. In addition to the purely corrective adjustment of the speaker system, you can add more bass into recordings that lack low end.  It’s like saying, “Happiness is when the bass kicks in.” Good ol' times Two mechanical VU meters visualize the input levels for the left and right audio channel. With the VU switch you can optimize the display for different signal levels. Sources The Elector offers both balanced inputs with XLR sockets and standard inputs with gold-plated RCA sockets. Low & Mid-Hi On the output side, the power amplifiers or active loudspeakers or subwoofers are connected to the Low & Mid-Hi output sockets by means of balanced XLRs. This means that even long cable runs to e.g. mono power amps placed next to the speaker are possible without the risk of interference. AMP CTL Practical are the AMP CTL sockets, to which up to four power amplifiers with 12 V trigger inputs can be connected to switch them on and off together with the crossover. The crossover itself can also be switched on by a preamplifier like the Director Mk2 or Phonitor x. Specifications: Analog Inputs & Output: XLR (balanced) and RCA Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dB Input impedance (RCA): 20 kΩ Input impedance (XLR): 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection (XLR): -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -70 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz, MID-Hi filter on): 0.0008 % THD (0 dBu, 30 Hz, LOW filter on): 0.0014 % Noise (A-weighted, MID-HI output): -106 dBu Noise (A-weighted, LOW output): -104,9 dBu Dynamic range (MID-HI output): 138 dB Dynamic range (LOW output): 136.9 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 500 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 1 A Power consumption: max. 50 VA Stand-by power consumption: < 0,3 W Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height incl. feet x depth): 278 x 100 x 330 mm Unit weight: 5,4 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 7,0 kg

3.000 €
36 Δόσεις 103,57€ / μήνα
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Mastering Equalizer This is a unique equalizer – for several reasons. It has two times five fully parametric filter bands, each of which can be switched between constant Q and proportional Q! And there’s sheer unlimited headroom and a very special kind of EQ sound – thanks to 120V technology. Stepped Potentiometers Recall of all settings is easy thanks to the potentiometers with 41 steps. Cut/Boost & 1/4 Gain Each filter band can be boosted or cut up to 20 dB. If only minimal changes are required, the 1/4 Gain switch can be used to reduce the boost or cut range from +/-20 dB to +/-5 dB. Frequencies We have designed the frequency distribution to overlap widely between the bands, so that problematic frequencies can also be addressed with two bands. Bandwidth Q The bandwidth Q determines the steepness of bell characteristic. A small Q is a wide bandwidth and a high Q a narrow bandwidth. The labeling of the scale is divided into two parts. The values with white background refer to the proportional Q mode and the values without background refer to the constant Q mode. On/Off The orange button is used to switch the individual filter band on and off.  Constant & Proportional Q The blue button is used to toggle the Q mode. In constant Q mode, the amplitude is constant regardless of the selected bandwidth. This is ideal for eliminating interfering frequencies. In proportional Q mode, the amplitude is proportional to the bandwidth. It decreases with increasing bandwidth and vice versa. At the smallest bandwidth setting, the maximum amplitude value is +/- 20 dB, while the maximum amplitude decreases to +/- 2.8 dB at the largest bandwidth setting. This control behavior simplifies sensitive, creative processing and is musically very useful, since high amplitudes become increasingly unusable with increasing bandwidth. Auto Bypass For an objective evaluation of the edited music program, it makes sense not to switch between the original signal and the edited signal yourself, but to leave this to an automatic system. It is also an advantage that, for an optimal evaluation of the processing, one does not have to move from the stereo center and can concentrate fully on the program. With the help of the Interval control the switching time window can be determined. Turning it clockwise extends the time interval. Link The PQ is designed as a completely separate dual-mono, two-channel equalizer and can individually process two mono music programs simultaneously. It is of course also possible to edit a stereo program (left/right). If the Link function is activated, the functions LF, LMF, MF, MHF, HF On/Off and Con. Q/Prop.Q on both sides are switched together by the buttons on one side. This makes it possible to activate or deactivate a filter band or the Q characteristic on both sides of the equalizer with a single button operation. In Link mode, the right side controls the left side as factory preset. However, this can be adapted to individual working habits. If the channel switch of a channel is pressed until it flashes, this channel controls the other side from that moment on. Channel On/Off The orange button switches the entire channel on and off. Specifications: Analog inputs & output: XLR (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection: -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 100 kHz THD & N (+30 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.0005 % Noise (A-weighted): -94.3 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 3.15 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 6.3 A Power consumption: max. 100 VA Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height x depth): 482 x 177 x 300 mm Unit weight: 15.2 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 18.7 kg

6.099 €
36 Δόσεις 210,56€ / μήνα
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Passive Mastering Equalizer In the PASSEQ we have revived the concept of the passive equalizer that was used in the 50’s and 60’s. The charming sound of this vintage technology combined with the modern 120V technology results in a very special equalizer. Only one filter​ All control functions are part of only one passive filter. There are three frequency ranges: Low Freq / Mid Freq / High Freq Each with a cut control on the left and a boost control on the right. In the middle is the output control. Design A passive filter has no amplification stages. It can therefore only be lowered. If one frequency is to be boosted, all the others must be lowered. Behind the filter there is a stage that makes up for the lowered overall level. Since low noise is particularly important here, since up to 20 dB can be made up for, the 120V technology comes into its own. The entire passive filter (variable resistor, capacitor and coil) provides a very nice sound characteristic. Besides the choice of components, the charging behaviour of the capacitors and the saturation behaviour of the coils play a major role in this. The resulting relative inertia compared to potentially very fast active filters is the reason for a pleasant, musically advantageous sound characteristic. We would choose smoothness and transparency as well as strikingly silky highs and pithy basses as a description that suits our perception. During fine-tuning, through component selection, in countless listening sessions, the emphasis was on achieving the most musical sounding curves possible, which, for example, need fear no comparison with a Pultec EQ from the 1950/60s. Only without all the disadvantages of a 60 year old original, such as the very high background noise, but above all the very limited frequency selection. Another highlight of the PASSEQ is the HF+ band, which has been extended by the frequencies 25 kHz and 35 kHz and sounds so incredibly good that you don’t want to switch it off. Specifications: Analog inputs & output; XLR (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection: -60 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 200 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD + N (+30 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.0012 % Noise (A-bewertet): -95.2 dBu Dynamic range: 134.5 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 500 mA Fuse for 115 V: T 1 A Power consumption: max. 15 VA Dimensions & Weight W x H x T (W x H x D (width x height x depth) x Höhe x Tiefe): 482 x 132 x 300 mm Unit weight: 10.2 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 14 kg

4.598 €
12 Άτοκες Δόσεις 383,17€ / μήνα
4-10 ημέρες

Mastering D/A Converter Mercury is the first mastering DA-converter in 120V technology. It offers seven digital stereo input sources, all of which can be synchronized with each other or with a word clock. The additional variable output qualifies Mercury as a monitor controller. Seven Digital Sources Mercury provides connections for a total of seven digital stereo input sources.  For each digital source there is a dedicated and illuminated tactile switch for quick selection and quick comparison. The detected sample rate is shown in the display. One USB input and two coaxial, two optical and two AES/EBU inputs are available. AES input 2 also supports Dual-Wire (DW) mode. Sync The display shows the synchronization status and the detected sampling rate. Any source except USB can be synchronized to another source or to an external Word Clock. If the sync “Source” is selected in the display, each source uses its own sync code embedded in the signal. O dBfs Holding the Sync button for more than two seconds Mercury will change to the 0dBfs display. Mercury offers all reference levels in dBu corresponding to a 0 dBfs (full scale) digital signal: +14, +15, +16, +17, +18, +20, +22 and +24 dBu  Fix & Var The FIX OUT is an analog balanced stereo output which can be calibrated to all common reference levels (see 0 dBfs). Mercury offers a variable analog balanced stereo output. This output provides the same signal as the FIX OUT, but the level is continuously adjustable. Thus Mercury can also be used as a state-of-the-art monitor controller. Variable Output This analog potentiometer is used to control the level of the VAR OUT output. We use the ALPS RK27 “Big Blue” potentiometer with a nice “spoon in honey” feel and excellent channel tracking. So not only the auditory but also the haptic experience of volume control is at the highest level. Specifications: Analog inputs & output; XLR (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection: -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (0 dBu, 1 kHz): 0.000992 % Noise (A-weighted): -102.5 dBu Dynamic range: 135 dB Digital Inputs, DAC768 AES/EBU (XLR), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Coaxial SPDIF (Cinch), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/176.4/192 kHz Optisch SPDIF (Toslink F06), PCM sample rates: 44.1/48/88.2/96/with Glass fibre

2.300 €
36 Δόσεις 79,40€ / μήνα
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16-Channel Mastering Monitor Controller The MC16 is designed to monitor surround and immersive audio projects (Dolby Atmos®, Auro 3D®, etc…) in the analog domain, offering the same unrivalled quality as 120V stereo monitoring. 16 Speakers Sixteen buttons are used to activate the corresponding loudspeakers. The 16 inputs of Input 1 and Input 2 are routed directly to the outputs to ensures that an output routing of a DAW session always matches the routing in the MC16. The buttons allow you to insert a label with the exact name of the loudspeaker. 2 x 16 MC16 offers two 16-channel inputs to quickly compare a current project with a reference production. Monitor Level This analog potentiometer is used to adjust the monitor level. We developed a 16-level potentiometer, with which we could realize the volume control in the analog domain, because we did not want to accept a digital control, which is afflicted with resolution deficits and limited dynamic range. Presets You can save speaker setups to three memory locations. So you can quickly call up a 5.1 or an 11.1 or a 9.1.6 configuration. In solo mode, three more memory locations are available with the same keys. For example, you can create solo groups for all front speakers and all ceiling speakers and all rear speakers. Specifications: Analog inputs & output: XLR & DB25 (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Common mode rejection: -82 dBu Frequency range (-3 dB): 4 Hz – 300 kHz Crosstalk (1 kHz): -100 dBu THD + N (+24 dBu): > 112 dB Noise (A-weighted): -102.4 dB Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 1 A Fuse for 115 V: T 2 A Power consumption: max. 70 VA Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height x depth): 482 x 88 x 300 mm Unit weight: 8.4 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 12 kg

4.200 €
36 Δόσεις 145,00€ / μήνα
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Mastering Compressor As a mastering compressor, IRON is inspired by the legendary vintage tube compressors à la Fairchild, Collins or Gates and has been developed in a way to give modern productions more energy and power with the advantages of the 120V technology. Input & Output Input and output levels are switchable in a control range of +/- 12dB. An increase of the input level leads to more intensive compression. When mastering full scale material, the reduction can be useful. The output is used to adjust the level ratios of input and output. Attack & Release The time parameters Attack and Release are switchable in six steps from Slow to Fast. The times vary depending on the rectifier circuit selected. Side Chain EQs With the side chain EQs, compression can be focused on frequency ranges. In addition to an inserted EQ, there are four internal EQ presets with a partly complex frequency response. Rectifier The tube stage is controlled by a rectifier circuit. There are six diode control characteristics generated by germanium, silicon and LED diodes or combinations thereof. Variable-Bias Limiter/Compressor The IRON Mastering Compressor is a variable-bias (variable µ) limiter/compressor from the basic concept. IRON works on the principle of the bias controlled remote cutoff tube. Parallel to this, a medium-variable-bias triode (sharp-cutoff tube) with a steeper characteristic is connected. The tube bias voltage (BIAS) can be adjusted in three steps. The tubes are integrated into special Lundahl manufactured balanced high-level double core mu-metal-iron transformers. AirBass & Tape Roll-Off The compressor is followed by a passive filter network with two equalizer presets: AirBass and Tape Roll-off. The AirBass filter boosts low and high frequencies by about 1.5 dB and the Tape Roll-Off filter emulates the typical frequency response of a tape machine. Link All functions can be set via switches and the threshold via a rasterized potentiometer which makes recall easy. The settings of Threshold, Bias, Attack, Release, Rectifier and Side-Chain-EQs are transferred from the right side (channel 2) to the left side in Link Mode, in which the compressor operates with summed control signals. Auto-Bypass Channels 1 and 2 are activated with the large illuminated IDEC switches. In Auto Bypass mode, the channels are automatically switched on and off, which leads to a more objective assessment. The Interval control is used to adjust the time window continuously between two and 20 seconds. Specifications: Analog inputs & output; XLR (balanced) Maximum input & output gain: 32.5 dBu Input impedance: 20 kΩ Output impedance: 75 Ω Frequency range (-3 dB): 10 Hz – 40 kHz Common mode rejection (0dBu, 1kHz): > 80 dB Crosstalk (1 kHz): -108 dBu THD (+10 dBu): 0.002 % Noise (A-weighted): -98 dBu Internal Linear Power Supply with Shielded Toroidal Transformer Operating voltage for analog audio: +/- 60 V Operating voltage for relays and LEDs: + 12 V Mains Power Supply Mains voltage (selectable, see fuse chamber): 230 V AC / 50; 115 V AC / 60 Hz Fuse for 230 V: T 1 A Fuse for 115 V: T 2 A Power consumption: max. 40 VA Dimensions & Weight W x H x D (width x height x depth): 482 x 132 x 300 mm Unit weight: 11 kg Shipping weight (incl. packaging): 14 kg

5.099 €
36 Δόσεις 176,04€ / μήνα
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