A/D D/A converters 192,Apogee,Lynx Aurora?

Discussion in 'Converters / Interfaces' started by benny, Dec 10, 2006.

  1. benny

    benny Active Member

    Dec 14, 2004
    I need eight more IOs for my PT HD rig. I currently have a Digidesign 192 that is connected to a Dangerous 2-Bus summing mixer. The summing mixer has eight additional inputs that I would like to utilize. I'm wandering if I should go for another 192, or go with Apogee, or Lynx Aurora. The top of my budget is around $3300. I just learned of Lynx Aurora yesterday and I'm particularily interested in how well they sound, and how well they work with Pro Tools. Please advise.

  2. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    Nov 13, 2001
    I'd be interested in knowing more about the Lynx ... 8 or 16
    ProTools|HD® port
    and the
    On-board Digital Mixer

    a second 192i/o will be part of the ProTools PLL (phase lock loop)
    where as I think the other two just have the word clock in

    It would be nice to have some non-digi stuff that does intergrate correctly with PTHD
    and perhaps allow for some non-digi options in the future

    I am very interested in knowing more about the use of this with a PTHD system
  3. Dillin_Quent

    Dillin_Quent Guest

    Check out Lucid's 88192
    I have one and love it!!!

    8in 8out 192khz ad/da....very solid and even hold its own to a CraneSong Hedd. ADAT lightpipe and firewire

    $2599 MAP
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