Digidesign 002 Rack

Digidesign 002 Rack

Rack Mounted ProTools LE Interface Daily Rate: $50

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Digi 002 Rack™ is a FireWire-based Pro Tools LE™ system that offers all of the integrated audio/MIDI I/O facilities of the Digi 002® system in an affordable, 2U rackmountable chassis. Communicating via a single FireWire connection to a Windows XP or Mac OS X computer, Digi 002 Rack features a wealth of analog, digital, and MIDI I/O, and supports up to 96 kHz sample rates for high-definition recording. Digi 002 Rack also includes award-winning, easy-to-use Pro Tools LE software, which offers many of the same features that top studios rely on to produce Grammy®-winning albums and Academy Award®–winning film sound. Projects created with Digi 002 and Pro Tools LE software also open on Pro Tools|HD® and Pro Tools M-Powered™ systems — providing instant compatibility with countless Pro Tools®–equipped project and professional studio around the globe.

 

FEATURES:

 

 

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    • FireWire connectivity
    • 8 analog inputs, 8 analog outputs
    • 4 mic preamps with individual gain and high-pass filter; 48V phantom power enabled on channel pairs
    • 8 channels of ADAT optical I/O, 2 channels of S/PDIF digital I/O
    • Separate monitor output with dedicated volume control
    • 1 MIDI input and 2 MIDI outputs (16 channels in/32 channels out)
    • 24-bit/96 kHz A/D and D/A converters
    • Alternate Source Input for direct monitoring of -10 dBV audio equipment (tape players, CD players, etc.)
    • Headphone output with dedicated volume control knob included
    • 2U rackmountable chassis
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    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

     

    A/D   D/A
    Sample rate: Sample Rate:
    • 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz
    • 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz
    Max Input: Max Output:
    • Inputs 1-4 (mic): +3 dBu
    • Inputs 1-4 (line): +18 dBu
    • Inputs 5-8 (line/+4 mode): +18 dBu
    • Main, Monitor, and Outputs 3-8: +18 dBu
    • Alt. -10 dBV Outputs: +4 dBV
    • Headphone Outputs: +15 dBu, 150 ohm load
    Gain Range: Dynamic range: see notes 1, 3, and 4
    • Inputs 1-4: Mic Setting: +18 – +65 dB; Line/DI Setting: +0 – +50 dB
    • Inputs 5-8: fixed +4 dBu or -10 dBV
    • Main Outputs: 114 dB A-weighted, 112 dB (unweighted)
    • Monitor Outputs: 112 dB A-weighted, 110 dB (unweighted)
    • Outputs 3-8: 114 dB A-weighted, 112 dB (unweighted)
    • Alt. -10 dBV Outputs: 98 dB A-weighted, 95 dB (unweighted)
    Mic E.I.N (unweighted): THD+N: see notes 1, 3, and 4
    • Inputs 1-4: -127 dBu @ 65 dB gain, 150 ohm source, 20 Hz – 20 kHz
    • Main Outputs: <0.0016% (-95 dB)
    • Monitor Outputs: <0.0016% (-95 dB)
    • Outputs 3-8: <0.0023% (-93 dB)
    • Alt. -10 dBV Outputs: <0.0023% (-93 dB)
    THD+N @ 40 dB gain (mic input) @ 1 kHz: Frequency Response: see note 3
    • Inputs 1-4: 0.004% @ 1kHz, -1dBFS after 40 dB gain
    • +0.15 / -0.5 dB, 20 Hz – 20 kHz
    THD+N (line input): see notes 1 and 3 Output Impedance:
    • Inputs 1-4: 0.004% @ -3 dBFS input level (minimum gain)
    • Inputs 5-6: 0.002% @ -1 dBFS input level
    • Inputs 7-8: 0.003% @ -1 dBFS input level
    • 50 ohms
    Dynamic range: see notes 1 and 2

    Note 1: Measurement made using balanced connectors

    Note 2: ADC measured -60 dBFS method with a gain setting such that +24 dBu = 0 dBFS at S/PDIF output

    Note 3: Measured relative to level at 1 kHz

    Note 4: Measured with digital input at -60 dBFS @ 1 kHz

    Note 5: Measured using "+4" setting

    Dimensions:
    Width: 19 in / 48.26 cm
    Height 3.5 in / 8.89 cm
    Depth: 12.75 in / 32.39 cm
    Weight: 12.13 lbs / 5.5 kg

    • Inputs 1-4: 101 dB A-weighted, 98 dB (unweighted)
    • Inputs 5-8: 108 dB A-weighted, 105 dB (unweighted) see note 5
    • Alt Source Inputs: 99 dB A-weighted, 97 dB (unweighted)
    Frequency Response: see note 3
    • +0.15 / -0.5 dB, 20 Hz – 20 kHz
    Input Impedance:
    • Inputs 1-4 (XLR): 2 kohm
    • Inputs 1-4 (1/4"): 10 Mohm


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