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ADA-1023 Dual (Stereo) Analog Audio DA

The ADA-1023 is an analog audio DA that can be configured for single or dual channel (stereo) operation. In single channel mode, eight outputs can be driven while in dual channel mode, each channel has four outputs. A wide range of level gain control is possible and controlled from the card edge. A signal status is also available indicating the input signal(s) presence.

FEATURES

  • Single or dual analog audio input(s)
  • Single channel 8-output or dual channel (stereo) 4-output
  • Balanced inputs and outputs
  • Wide control of gain (-8 to +32 dB)
  • Status LED and remote reporting of presence and overload

SPECIFICATIONS

Input
  • Signal (2): Balanced analog audio
  • Impedance: >20 kΩ
  • Common mode rejection: >50 dB
Output
  • Signal (8): Balanced analog audio
  • Impedance: <50Ω
Processing Performance
  • Gain range: -8 to +32 dB
  • Max. level: +24 dBu
  • SNR: -115 dB (unweighted 20 Hz to 20 kHz)
  • Distortion: <0.01 % (20 Hz to 20 kHz) at +24 dBu
  • Crosstalk: < -100 dB (20 kHz) at +24 dBu
  • Freq. response: ±0.05 dB (20 Hz to 20 kHz)
  • Overload threshold: +25 dBu
  • Signal absence: < -36 dBu for 0-255s
Electrical
  • Power: 7W

 

ORDERING INFORMATION

Densité 2 frame Densité 3 frame Description
ADA-1023 ADA-1023-3RU Single/dual analog audio DA
ADA-1023-DRP   Double rear connector panel
  ADA-1023-3SRP Single rear connector panel
 
Remote control iControl, iControl Solo, RCP-200

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DATASHEETS

ADA-1023: Dual (Stereo) Analog Audio DA Datasheet

The ADA-1023 from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, is an analog audio DA that can be configured for single
or dual channel (stereo) operation. In single channel mode, eight outputs can be driven while in dual channel
mode, each channel has four outputs. A wide range of level gain control is possible and controlled from the
card edge.

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