Digigram VXpocket 440
The VXpocket 440 provide 24-bit performance with PC applications using Microsoft's WAVE protocol and ASIO, Mac applications using Core Audio and ASIO, as well as Linux applications using the ALSA standard.
It features one stereo SPDIF input and output allowing digital record/playback and an LTC (SMPTE) time-code input. A breakout cable is provided with XLR connectors for the analog inputs/outputs, phono connectors for digital and LTC, and a stereo mini-jack for headphone monitoring.
The VXpocket 440 has four balanced mic/line analog inputs and four balanced analog outputs. The number of active stereo inputs and outputs available varies with the sampling frequency and bit rate selected. The user may optimize performance based on user preferences for number of input/output, audio file format, and computer CPU usage.
|Analog inputs (stereo)||two balanced mic/line|
|Maximum input level/impedance||+10 dBu/ > 10 kohms|
|Programmable input gain||+30 dB or +48 dB|
|Digital inputs (stereo)||one SPDIF|
|Other inputs||LTC (SMPTE)|
|Analog outputs||(stereo) two balanced|
|Maximum output level/impedance||+10 dBu/low impedance|
|Digital outputs (stereo)||one SPDIF|
|Programmable output level||digital and analog|
|Access to main status bits of digital frame||yes|
|Time Code (SMPTE LTC) input level||-20 dBu to +6 dBu|
|Time Code capture speed tolerance||±15%|
|Connectors||XLR for analog audio, phono for SPDIF and LTC, mini jack for headphone out|
|Operating mode||Selectable based on application. Four-in/four-out full duplex not supported in 24-bit|
|Sampling frequencies available||Variable from 8 to 50 kHz in programmable steps|
|A/D and D/A converter resolutions||24 bits|
|Frequency response at 48 kHz (record + play)||20 Hz - 20 kHz: ±0.2 dB|
|Signal to noise ratio (unweighted)||>93 dB|
|Distortion + noise at 1 kHz (record + play)||<-88 dB (0.004%)|
|Channel phase difference: 20 Hz/20 kHz||< 0.2°/2°|
|Analog channel crosstalk at 1 kHz||<-90 dB|
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