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Analog & Digital Conversion Devices

Analog & digital conversion devices are used in a wide range of applications, from high-end professional recording booths to home studios. From professional or indie musicians to live streamers, podcasters, and other content creators—if you are recording or streaming audio of any kind to your computer, you’re going to need the hardware to handle it to ensure your audio is consistently captured and safely transmitted. A/D converters (ADC) translate analog sounds—from a mic, for instance, or an electronic instrument—into a digital format so you can store or modify th… Read More

Analog & digital conversion devices are used in a wide range of applications, from high-end professional recording booths to home studios. From professional or indie musicians to live streamers, podcasters, and other content creators—if you are recording or streaming audio of any kind to your computer, you’re going to need the hardware to handle it to ensure your audio is consistently captured and safely transmitted.

A/D converters (ADC) translate analog sounds—from a mic, for instance, or an electronic instrument—into a digital format so you can store or modify the recording on your computer. D/A converters (DAC) translate the saved digital signal back into analog so that a listener can hear the recording, transmitting it to headphones or speakers. Compact and simple-looking, analog & digital conversion devices serve a crucial purpose in the recording studio and therefore need to deliver accurate, reliable performance.

Analog & digital conversion devices span both converter types, plus audio interfaces, expansion units, Dante converters, and more. Check out Sound Productions’ selection to find the perfect gear for your setup, with a choice of our top brands including Blustream, Ferrofish, Focusrite, Fostex, Hosa, RME, Tascam, Yamaha, and Zoom.

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