TC Electronic Ships Digital Konnekt x32

Westlake Village, CA (August 24, 2007)--TC Electronic has announced the worldwide availability of Digital Konnekt x32, an all-in-one digital patchbay, format converter and FireWire audio interface, for integrating digital outboard effects units and keyboards with modern digital audio workstation-based studios.
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Westlake Village, CA (August 24, 2007)--TC Electronic has announced the worldwide availability of Digital Konnekt x32, an all-in-one digital patchbay, format converter and FireWire audio interface, for integrating digital outboard effects units and keyboards with modern digital audio workstation-based studios.

As a standalone format converter and patchbay, Digital Konnekt x32 includes eight channels of AES/EBU, eight channels of S/PDIF and TOS, eight channels of ADAT (up to 96 kHz SMUX) and Word Clock I/O. Reportedly any input format can be converted into either of the other formats and aligned to any sample rate ranging from 44.1 to 192 kHz. Digital Konnekt x32 allows sample rate conversion on up to four separate stereo inputs at once.

Konnekt Digital x32 functions as a computer interface with two FireWire connections, streaming 16 channels of audio to and from the computer. The audio interface has a 1/4-inch balanced stereo analog output and headphones for monitoring and is compatible with other TC Electronic audio interfaces.

Accessed like a standard VST/AU plug-in from within a DAW, the included Integrator plug-in enables hardware processor effects to be used as an insert or an effect send on any track or on the master output of the host application. Integrator also controls routing, levels and latency compensation of external effects processing equipment attached to Digital Konnekt x32, allowing integration of hardware effects processors.

Extra features on the digital patchbay and interface include front-panel patchbay configuration, total scene recall, JET (Jitter Elimination Technology) and a front-panel lock to prevent unintended button pushes.

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