The ADL24 is an audio
delay card, its main application is to delay analog audio signals. The card has
a tracking audio delay and a delay offset ranging from 0 ms up to 5200 ms at 48
kHz. This card can also be used as an ADD-ON card. In ADD-ON mode the card acts
as an analog input or output board that feeds a master card positioned to the
left with embedder or de-embedder functionality. For example the SDB20 can
perform a de-embedder function with the ADL24 as its output card.
The audio data that enters the synapse bus from a master card is identical to the analog audio on the local outputs. If the ADL24 is used with an SEB20 master card, the ADL24 performs as an analog input. The ADL24 converts the analog audio digital audio signals and put these on the Synapse bus. The signals can be embedded into the SDI data stream.
ADL24: Analog audio tracking delay with offset
BPL04_ADL24: I/O panel for ADC24 with balanced analog audio in and balanced analog audio out
BPL05_ADL24: I/O panel for ADC24 with balanced analog audio in and balanced analog audio out and tracking on Phoenix
BPL05D_ADL24: I/O panel for ADC24 with balanced analog audio in and balanced analog audio out and tracking on sub-D
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