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Author Topic: Who is buying the Antilope Eclipse 384?  (Read 1860 times)

Alécio Costa - Brazil

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Who is buying the Antilope Eclipse 384?
« on: December 22, 2011, 04:21:07 pm »

Who is buying the Antilope Eclipse 384?
Amazing box!!! Wow!



Eclipse 384 features
Clocking

64-bit DSP Trinity-level clocking
Oven-controlled oscillator
Factory calibrated to better than +/- 0.001 ppm stability
Two independent sample rates
Varispeed capability of +/- 200 cents
10M atomic clock input

Conversion

384 kHz A/D & D/A converters
A/D with Dynamic Range of 124dB
D/A with Dynamic Range of 129dB
Burr-Brown D/A conversion chip
Two bypassable A/D inserts
Custom USB 2.0 chip streaming up to 480 Mbits

Monitoring

Three sets of switchable monitor outs
Second dedicated monitor D/A
Bass management with LFE output
Precise input and output peak meters
Talkback and cue mix functions
Relay volume attenuator matched to 0.05 dB
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Re: Who is buying the Antilope Eclipse 384?
« Reply #1 on: January 22, 2012, 08:53:40 am »

no comments at all?
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Re: Who is buying the Antilope Eclipse 384?
« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2012, 06:32:32 pm »

Sure looks good on paper. It's nice to see converters designed to function in the workflow of many mastering engineers.  I'm looking forward to early adopters' opinions as well.  In the mean time I'm pretty happy in Weiss and Prism land. 
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