Mytek 8X192 AD/DA
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moosers 18/07/2010

Mytek 8X192 AD/DA : la opinión de moosers (content in English)

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The Mytek 8 X 192 AD/DA is an analog to digital and digital to analog converter. We've got one of these in one of the smaller studios at the studio complex where I work, which is more of a mixing room over anything. It can support sample rates up to 192 Khz. It has D Sub connections, as well as XLR ones for your analog mix outputs. It will fit in a traditional rack casing, only taking up a single space.

OVERALL OPINION

For what we use it for, the Mytek 8 X 192 AD/DA is a great converter. While it isn't of the same quality of an Apogee, not too many converters are. There is a good amount of flexibility here in terms of what you can use it with and for, but we keep in stationary in one studio for mixing and overdubbing. I never have to mess around with it too much, although every now and again it will flake out since it's kind of an older converter. I've also never really had to mess with the settings since we keep it within the same studio set up. Converters are an incredibly important thing to have in your professional or home studio, as everything you hear goes through them. For smaller home studios, something like this won't be necessary as your audio interface will have converters, but if you want a bit of a cleaner signal in terms of converting both from digital to analog signal and vice versa, having an external converter can be a huge help. I don't believe that Mytek makes these any more, as it's been a while since this is an older piece of gear. If you can find one used though, the price should be pretty reasonable for a high quality converter.. I'd definitley recommend the Mytek 8 X 192 AD/DA converter in most situations, but if money isn't an object, the Apogee converters are the way to go.