I just published this article on the LavryBlack AD11. Great for the mobile guys!
The Lavry AD11 stereo A/D converter offers USB connectivity, ideal for portable recording systems. Other features include built-in microphone preamplifiers with phantom power, large wide-range LED meters, and Lavry’s exclusive Digital Tape Saturation Emulation (“Soft Saturation”). All settings are controllable from the AD11’s front panel using a system similar to that of the companion D to A converter- the DA11.
Looks like this would be a pretty sweet solution for Pro Tools 9.
Two fine mic pre's, two converters of mastering quality> MAP price at the time this was published: $1,680.00
Here are the latency spec for the AD10 and DA10 that have got to be similar:
For LavryBlack (AD10 and DA10)
44.1KHz: LavryBlack AD is 1.553msec, LavryBlack DA is 1.915msec
48.0KHz: LavryBlack AD is 1.427msec, LavryBlack DA is 1.824msec
88.2KHz: LavryBlack AD is 0.788msec, LavryBlack DA is 0. 800msec
96.0KHz: LavryBlack AD is 0.724msec, LavryBlack DA is 0.755msec
Since this post, they have the AD11 now and its an essential for me.
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