Merging+Clock sinchronizatorius - Digital Audio
The MERGING+NADAC and MERGING+PLAYER offers fidelity and audio quality that has left many critics in awe. The MERGING+POWER pushes the envelope a little further by providing the optimum power conditions for each circuit. The MERGING+CLOCK eliminates the last possible performance compromise: The Master Clock.
Merging is all about eliminating compromises but offering a choice to meet different budgets. The CLOCK is therefore available as two editions:
The Low Noise edition, offers extraordinary accuracy
with a frequency stability of +/-50ppb.
The state of the art in clocking performance
The Ultra-Low Noise edition, offers the almost
unbelievable figure of +/-20ppb.
The choice for those pursuing the ultimate!
The two MERGING+CLOCK editions get you to the pinnacle of accuracy by employing an instrument-grade crystal oscillator OXCO that is coupled to a Q Damping System. This reduces the effects of any mechanical vibrations that might be present in your listening environment.
Years of experience and research by Merging led to the discovery of these critical points – short-term clock stability and phase noise performance are exceptionally important for sound quality. MERGING+CLOCK provides the state-of-the-art solution for digital audio applications, which achieves 7E-13 grade short-term stability at subsecond and as low as -111dBC at 1Hz offset (CLOCK-U). More important than the technical specifications, the MERGING+CLOCK will stir the emotions and touch your heart with the purity of the sound.
High-precision clocks are supplied by a number of manufacturers and there are recognized standards for devices that are not part of a network. The MERGING+CLOCK provides three different connection types. The first is the RJ45 connector for RAVENNA/AES67 networks; follows a dedicated 625kHz specially adapted for a direct NADAC or PLAYER connection; then two 10MHz BNC connectors for other Hi-End components and finally four standard BNC Word Clock connectors for every sample rate from 44.1kHz to 1536kHz. That is 32 times 1FS!
10MHZ OUTPUT PHASE NOISE TYPICAL OUTPUTS CLOCK-U
10MHZ OUTPUT PHASE NOISE TYPICAL OUTPUTS CLOCK-L