The BlackBox BBR1D Recorder

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The BLACKBOX Recorder BBR1D (AES/EBU digital I/O)

JoeCo BlackBox Recorders

The 24 channel BBR1D multi-track recorder is the trusted choice of professionals using a digital mixing console with AES/EBU I/O. Three 25-way female D-type connectors, each carrying 8 channels of inputs and outputs, can be connected directly into the digital mixer to capture and return the signals without any additional A-D conversion, giving 12 stereo channels of AES/EBU inputs and 12 stereo channels of AES/EBU outputs. Analogue inputs are also still available (switchable). All other BLACKBOX Recorder features remain unchanged.

The AES/EBU interfaces can operate at up to 96kHz and conform to the AES standard (AES-3:2003). It is also possible to daisy-chain multiple BBR1D units together to create a larger system.

All BLACKBOX Recorders are designed and built to exacting standards with rugged construction and a suite of unique multi-track audio capture features. The choice of professional users, the BBR1D multi-track recorder is the solution the professional audio industry chooses and trusts. For more information, see below to download the BLACKBOX Recorder brochure, for full information on the entire BLACKBOX range.

BBR1D Specifications

BBR1D

AES3 (2003) i/o via 3 x 25way D-sub connectors – upper row. (Yamaha format pin out standard). Word clock input on BNC. Unbalanced analogue as BBR1U (cable looms not supplied)

JoeCo Blackbox Recorder - BBR1D - Rear Panel

Loop through outputs as BBR1U available on analogue i/o only. Power: 30W PSU supplied. Other connectors as BBR1U

BBR1D Brochure

Click here to download the BLACKBOX RECORDER brochure, (BBR1U, BBR1B, BBR1A, BBR1D versions) – PDF File 442KB

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