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As for the quality of the ADA8000, I have one in the studio for 4 years now
and didnt have the slightest problem.
Of course it's not the best out there but for the money you pay it's a
Hope this helps
All the Best,
On Sun, Mar 31, 2013 at 6:00 AM, Julien Claassen wrote:
> Hello everyone!
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Hi Julien,As for the quality of the ADA8000, I hav=
e one in the studio for 4 years now and didnt have the slightest problem.Of course it's not the best out there but for the money you pay it=
9;s a bargain.
Hope this helpsAll the Best,MosheOn Sun, Mar 31, 2013 at 6:00 AM, Julien Claassen <=
=A0 I know, no longer strictly on topic. but the wealth of information is t=
oo much, so I'm asking those who know.
=A0 I'm looking for an A/D converter, more precisely a converter from a=
nalog ins to ADAT out. I've seen the Q-ADAT, which sounds almost reason=
able. I've also seen the ADA8000. But frankly both seem a bit much. I m=
ean that literally "a bit". any cheaper alternative known or anyo=
ne here, wants to seel their old analog to ADAT converter?
=A0 Thanks for any advise!
=A0 Warm regards
=A0 =A0 =A0 =A0 =A0Julien
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