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Antelope Audio Galaxy 64

Posted on: Friday 7th of February 2020

The Galaxy 64 is the first 64-channel AD/DA converter and also Antelope’s first Dante device. Featuring industry-standard analogue and digital I/O within a 2U rack space, including 64 channels of analogue in and 64 channels of analogue out via D-Type connectors, Thunderbolt 3 (2 ports), DANTE, AES/EBU, HDX and MADI. The four HDX ports will immediately draw the attention of users with big Pro Tools rigs

The GALAXY 64 is a Synergy Core interface running both ARM DSP and FPGA chips, all in custom configurations, processing tens of input/output audio streams, and hundreds of low latency studio effects, with the objective of un-burdening your computer CPU. With a total of 12x ARM DSP + 3x FPGA units on-board, a single GALAXY 64 can handle large sessions with hundreds of FX instances applied to each individual project, while employing a 3rd FPGA chip to process the routing matrix and manage conversion. Offering a stated 124dB of dynamic range on the AD stage, 128dB at the DA stage, and 130dB at the monitor outputs, a release date for Galaxy 64 is soon to be announced.

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