Reduced price Would consider trades for equivalent value IEM-s such as the Sony XBA's, Koss portapro or USB dac.
A bit of an uncommon item. The Hosa Word Clock Generator uses a Burr Brown PLL1700E chipset and a precise 27.000 clock to generate a rock-solid, stable reference word clock for devices such as pro sound cards, dacs, processors and much Behringher equipment such as the SRC 24/96. The word clock is output on any of 4 BNC terminals which are easily converted to RCA if required. Supports sampling rates up to 24/96. Lots of parts to play with for the diy
The benefits of a synchronized word clock include better timing and low jitter especially with computer interfaced devices.
This is the cheapest way out there to experiment with external re-clocking using this well regarded pll chipset .
Shipping at cost via the postal service - surprisingly heavy little beast at . 425 grams as it has a metal shielding case.
Electronic funds transfer preferred in Canada. US/ elsewhere - Paypal or USPS postal money order .
Comes with factory power supply . Some scratches and one mis-matched case screw.
I can probably find some BNC/RCA adapters as well if needed.
Edited by buzzinghive - 12/3/13 at 12:47am