High-end conversion paired with precision clocking.
This package from Antelope Audio includes the high-definition audio-converting technology of the Eclipse 384 Mastering AD/DA Converter, and teams it up with the flawless clocking ability of the Isochrone 10M, resulting in one complete bundle that will maintain stability and preserve the sonic integrity of your digital audio system.
Eclipse 384 Mastering AD/DA Converter
Antelope Audio is dedicated to pro audio equipment manufacturing, and helping people achieve high-definition sound in the recording studio. The Eclipse 384 is a product of this devotion. The Eclipse 384 is a high-end stereo AD/DA converter that is clocked by Antelope’s renowned 64-bit technology, providing mixing and mastering engineers with an unprecedented level of productivity, sound, quality, and ease of use.
The Eclipse comprises 384 kHz A/D & D/A converters clocked by two independent 64-bit DSP Trinity-level clocks. The fully integrated monitor controller employs 0.05 dB accurate gold-plated relay attenuators and provides speaker switching, bass management and cue mix functions with integrated talkback. The Eclipse also includes two dedicated headphone amplifiers and a custom USB interface, as well as two large peak meters on the front panel. The advanced software control panel compatible with both Mac & PC, allows five nameable presets for easy recall of favorite setups.
Isochrone 10M Rubidium Atomic Clock
Antelope Audio addresses professionals, and for those who refuse to accept compromises in audio quality there is the Isochrone 10M – a Rubidium Atomic Reference Generator that is based on real atomic technology. The Isochrone 10M is designed to appeal to the most discerning audiophiles and audio professionals.
The Rubidium Atomic Clock is the perfect companion to the Isochrone audio master clocks such as the OCX or OCX-V. When connected to the Isochrone 10M, these devices switch over automatically from oven-based crystal to the superior Rubidium Core. Isochrone 10M is the ultimate tool in achieving analog sound.