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Lynx Ships First Batch of Aurora 16 Converters

Company's 16 channel A/D D/A converter was introduced at AES Show (May 19, 2005)

Lynx Studio Technology has announced that the much-awaited Aurora 16 sixteen-channel A/D D/A converter has been shipping to authorized dealers over the last several weeks. The eight channel Aurora 8 converters have begun delivery the week of May 16. Lynx Aurora converters are now available through Lynx retailers in the US and distributors worldwide.

?Interest in the Lynx Aurora converters has been very high since their introduction at the AES Show. After a year and a half of development, these products are now available, announced Bob Bauman, Lynx cofounder and chief hardware engineer. ?We were able to meet our goal of putting 16 channels of A/D and D/A conversion into a single rack space, with world-class performance.

The new Aurora line of digital audio converters from Lynx Studio Technology offers unprecedented audio quality and control in single-rack space eight and sixteen channel models. The Aurora 8 and Aurora 16 feature 192 kHz analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion with front panel control of routing and sample rate options. Extended functions in Aurora are accessible via computer with the Lynx AES16, by infrared using compatible laptops and handheld Pocket PCs, and via MIDI. The rear panel has MIDI In and Out connectors and an LSlot bay, for the use of optional ADAT, Firewire and other audio interface cards. The eight-channel Aurora 8 has a US suggested retail price of $2195. $3295 is the US suggested retail price of the sixteen-channel Aurora 16.



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