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Grace Design m908 surround monitor controller

Posted on: Tuesday 27th of March 2018

Grace Design has announced the m908, a comprehensive monitoring solution for audio pros working in stereo, surround and immersive formats up to 22.2. A completely new system architecture represents several new technical achievements for the Grace Design engineering team. The m908 features include:

grace_sm– Latest generation of AD and DA converters, 4th generation s-Lock pll for vanishingly low jitter
– Powerful DSP processor for high resolution volume control, bass management, channel delay and down-mixing
– Up to 24 channels for immersive surround formats such as ATMOS, DTS:X and Auro 3D
– Support for playback systems from mono through 22.2
– Full bass management capability
– Channel level and delay calibration
– Comprehensive downmix control
– Analogue 16 channel Out / AES3 24 channel I/O
– ADAT 16 channel In / USB 24 channel In
– AES3, S/PDIF, and TOSLINK Stereo In
– Optional Dante or DigiLink module for 24 channel I/O
– An optional ADC module for 8 or 16 channel analogue inputs
– Built in SPL meter and pink noise source
– Dual redundant external power supplies
– Flexible talkback system with built-in mic on remote control and mic input for external talkback mics

www.gracedesign.com



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