Lynx Studio Technology Aurora 16

Proffitt, K. K.
June 2006
Mix;Jun2006, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p98
The article features the Aurora 16 from Lynx Studio Technology Inc. Aurora has the necessities for audio acquisition and playback without some of the pricey extras that mastering facilities and careful audio engineers tend to not use. Aurora features SynchroLock that provides immunity to jitter, making it ideal for both audio capture at high sample rates and precise playback for critical listening. It also uses the IrDA protocol to control parameters, meters and settings.


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