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Over 100,000 channels of Stage Tec TrueMatch converters now in use

Sarah Sharples 1 December 2016
Over 100,000 channels of Stage Tec TrueMatch converters now in use

Celebrating a milestone is Stage Tec’s TrueMatch technology, which is in use as an analogue frontend in the NEXUS audio routing system in more than 100,000 channels worldwide.

It is a high-end A/D converter that eliminates the need for analogue microphone preamplifiers and makes it possible to increase the dynamic range of conventional A/D converters.

The microphone converter achieves a resolution of up to 32-bits and a dynamic range of 158 dB (A) at sampling frequencies up to 96 kHz.

The TrueMatch converter is available as an analogue front end in the NEXUS audio routing system, the Stage Tec A/D converters (XAD+, XAD) and the microphone board (XMIC+, XMAD). The second version is the self-sufficient RMC (Reference Microphone Converter). Microphones are connected directly to the RMC.

Stage Tec received the Emmy Award for its NEXUS system in 2010, in part due to the TrueMatch technology.

www.stagetec.com

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