Upgrade your consumer DAT recorder to a pro Audio Tape deck, and
solve all your digital sync problems in the process!
What it does
The SRC 44 features both optical and coaxial inputs and outputs, allowing you to interconnect all digital audio equipment with an SPDIF interface. If you have a DAT recorder without a coaxial input which you want to connect to a CD Player without an optical output, the SRC will solve the problem.
The SRC 44 can serve as the Master Clock in a digital recording studio, enabling perfectly synchronized digital recordings. The SRC does away with the "out of sync-ness" which occurs when devices with slightly varying sample rates are used simultaneously.
Where you need it
If your DAT recorder samples in 48 kHz and 32 kHz (longplay) only, the SRC will convert these recordings into the 44.1 kHz format necessary for CD mastering and premastering.
If you want to copy DAT recordings digitally without the SCMS copy prohibit flag, the SRC 44 will do the job.
If you are having sync problems with your hard disk recording setup, you will find the SRC to be the solution. All modern hard disk recording systems (Logic Audio, Cubase Audio, AudioTracker, AudioMaster) can sync to an external clock, in RECORD as well as in PLAY mode. All audio data is always transmitted via the SRC 44 with a unitary sample rate.