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Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Written by David Kimm and Julio Alvarez. Production, editing and running round in circles by Richard Elen, with valuable assistance from Seth Reinhart. Apogee is a Registered Trademark of Apogee Electronics Corporation. All other trademarks are property of their respective holders. Technology within the DA-16 may be covered by one or more patents that are the property of Apogee Electronics Corporation. Infringement of said patents or any relevant other naughty things ma
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide D DA A--1 16 6 24-bit 16-channel D/A Converter Owner’s Manual v1.0 – September 2001
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Warnings CAUTION: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, do not remove the cover. No user serviceable parts inside; refer servicing to qualified personnel. To change the operating voltage or change the firmware EPROM, it is necessary to remove the cover of the unit. As a result, such operations must be carried out only by technically- qualified personnel. WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose this appliance to rain or moisture. This sym
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Registration and Warranty Information Be sure to register your DA-16, either by filling in the enclosed Registration Card or by completing the on-line registration form at our Web site: http://www.apogeedigital.com/register.html. If you do so, Apogee can contact you with any update information. As enhancements and upgrades are developed, you will be con- tacted at the registration address. Firmware updates are free for the first year of ownership unless otherwise stated
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Declarations of Conformity Declaration of Conformity—FCC Apogee DA-16 This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired opera- tion. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits of a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide CAUTION Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by APOGEE ELECTRONICS CORPORATION could void your authority to operate this equipment under the FCC rules. OWNER’S RECORD The serial number is located on the rear panel of the unit. We suggest you record the serial number in the space provided below. Refer to it whenever you call an authorized Apogee Electronics repair facility or the manufac- turer. Please be sure to return your completed warranty card immedia
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide About This Manual This manual was written to help you to use this product to its fullest potential. Although the DA-16 is inherent- ly simple to operate, it may contain features that may not be obvious from the front panel. Therefore, reading this manual is recommended to unlock the full value of this product. This manual was also written to prevent misuse of this product. Should you run into a problem when oper- ating the DA-16, the solution is hopefully contained in
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Table of Contents Warnings ...........................................................................................................................4 Registration & Warranty Information ...............................................................................5 Service Information...........................................................................................................5 Declarations of Conformity...................................................
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Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Introduction Congratulations! You have just purchased a powerful and flexible multichannel digital-to-analog converter that renders an accurate soundstage and pristine audio quality in the tradition of Apogee’s award-winning convert- ers. While the DA-16 is simple in operation, you should take a moment to read over this manual in order to get acquainted with the DA-16’s features and operation. Designed for the latest hard-disk recording systems, the DA-16 “IntelliDAC”
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide played simultaneously through the DA-16, you would probably want to synchronize the DA-88 using word clock from a BRC so that you don’t end up with two asynchronous sources. The second function of this button is to select the channel(s) to calibrate in Calibration Mode (page 15). SAMPLE RATE To the right of the SYNC button is the SAMPLE RATE indicator. The yellow LEDs indicate the incoming sample rate from the source selected using the SYNC and CH 1-8/9-16 buttons. The
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Channel 1-16 status and level LEDs During normal operation, the brightness of these audio LEDs varies in proportion to the input signal level, to indicate the presence of audio (i.e., they illuminate brighter for “louder” incoming digital signals). In calibration mode, the LEDs will flash to represent which channels are being affected by the UP and DOWN buttons. While in global calibration mode, all of the channels’ indicators will flash since all channels will be affec
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide ADAT Optical Inputs The ADAT inputs support 16 channels at either 44.1/48 kHz via two receiver inputs, or 88.2/96 kHz via all four receiver inputs using the S/MUX protocol. S/MUX is essentially “double-wide mode for ADAT”, where a pair of channels at (for example) 48 kHz will carry one 96 kHz signal. A single 8 channel input then becomes 4 channels in S/MUX mode. When looking at the rear panel, the following illustrates the connection scheme for either mode. Each box re
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide Calibration Mode When the DA-16 is powered up, enter Global Calibration Mode by pressing and holding the CH SET button until the 16 channel LEDs start to flash. With all channels flashing, press the UP and DOWN buttons to adjust the level on all channels at once. NOTE: individually-adjusted offsets on different channels are maintained and adjusted together in global calibration mode. By pressing the CH SET button again, a single LED will flash representing the individua
Apogee DA-16 User’s Guide DA-16 Specifications Inputs: 16 channels of AES/EBU, TDIF and ADAT (regular and S/MUX) Word Clock Outputs: 16 analog outputs, balanced, –10 dBV to +28dBu Resolution: 24-bit, Delta-Sigma conversion Sample Rates: 40–106 kHz Relative THD+N (S/(N+D): –104 dB @ 1kHz, –0.5 dBFS input Dynamic Range, –60 dB: –116dB A-weighted Passband Ripple: 0.0002 dB Stopband Attenuation: 115 dB Interchannel Crosstalk: ≤ –125 dB Frequency Response, 10 Hz–20 kHz: Gain: ±0.15 dB; Phase: << 1.
Please register your Apogee products! You need to be registered to qualify for Technical Support. Please be sure to register all the Apogee products you own. You can register either with the registration card provided in this package, or on-line at: http://www.apogeedigital.com/register.html Thanks for your support! Please read the manual! This Apogee product is quite easy to use. However, there may be features and settings that are not evident from the front panel. Please be sure to read t
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