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Recording Studios/Music Production Facilities: The 20-bit A/D converter in combination with the sample rate converter will permit the user to choose a 44.1 or 48kHz sampling frequency for the transfer of older DAT recording. Actually, any input sampling frequency between 15kHz and 50kHz will be accepted.
Broadcast Professionals/Archivists/Home Studios: The IS5021 offer a tremendous variety of easy to use tools to enhance the sound of older recordings (tape and vinyl) from the stereo enhancement capability that permits a monaural recording to be "converted" into stereo (through phase shift), to spatial stereo that widens or narrows the recording, to noise reduction and scratch suppression filters.
These capabilities, along with the D/A converter and QNI will permit recording professionals to create enhanced digital recordings, as well as transfer back to analog cassette format for substantially enhanced quality for use in portable listening applications.
Audio Post Production Facilities: Recordings made in-the-field with most commonly available portable DAT recorders can now be edited into recordings that offer improved resolution and richness along with substantially reduced jitter distortion.
Technical specifications Inputs Digital: 15-50kHz sample rate s/pdif: RCA Analog Unbalanced: RCA (L/R) Outputs Digital: 44/1/48kHz switchable RCA only Analog Unbalanced: RCA (L/R)
The op'amps are Motorola MC34072, caps are Nichicon MUSE, a/d conversion is done by a 20bit ADMOD79 Analog Devices, d/a is naturally Philips' DAC7 (TDA1547), 8-times oversampling digital filter is a NPC SM5841 while the DIR is a Crystal CS8401. The SRC is a Philips TDA1373 while DSP functions are handled by a PCF5020 and a Motorola 68HC11.
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