JCF Audio Debuts Latte Converter

North Hollywood, CA (November 7, 2008)--JCF Audio has introduced its Latte 2-channel analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converter for audio.
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North Hollywood, CA (November 7, 2008)--JCF Audio has introduced its Latte 2-channel analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converter for audio.

Built in the spirit of discrete, solid-state pre and line ampli?ers of the past, the Latte can be used as a 2-channel microphone preampli?er using the identical electronics block as the D/A. The A/D section can concurrently capture this signal to feed users' workstations.

The Latte can be used to reproduce audio from a low-impedance head on a 15 or 30 ips tape machine as well. The Latte can also serve as a digital sample rate conversion device. It features two AES-compatible, transformer-coupled outputs (mono configurable) and two AES-compatible, transformer-coupled inputs for synchronization reference and data input for both sections; a user-configurable, line-input block (actively balanced, unbalanced); and multi-turn trimmers for control of A/D input level.

JCF Audio (dist. by Mercenary Audio)
www.mercenary.com