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Alesis MasterLink ML-9600
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Manufacturer: Alesis

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Alesis MasterLink ML-9600

Alesis MasterLink ML-9600 Description:

MasterLink ML-9600 High-Resolution Master Disk Recorder

Think of it as a Complete Mastering House in a Box.

Presenting the new MasterLink ML-9600 two-track hard disc recorder - literally, the state-of-the-art in do-it-yourself mixing and mastering systems.

Only MasterLink lets you capture your mixes in stunning 24-bit, 96kHZ; edit your recording and apply finishing tools - such as high-resolution parametric EQ Compression, limiting and normalizing - all in the same system and then burn the finished recording in either industry-standard Redbook, or new high resolution CD24, fast becoming the new standard for archiving and transferring high-res. audio files to the mastering room.

But don't take our word for it. Visit your local Alesis dealer today and learn why top pros like George Massenburg, Roger Nichols, Elliot Scheiner, Al Schmitt, and Greg Ladanyi have traded in their DAT's for Masterlink. Or better yet, just get off your musically inclined little butt and buy one!

After all, it's only your career we're talking about here.

Alesis MasterLink ML-9600 Features:

  • Huge internal hard disk recorder...up to 30 hours of two-track audio capacity
  • Burn CDs using Standard "Red Book" (16-bit/44.1kHz) and high resolution formats...up 24-bit, 96kHz
  • Choose any combination of digital resolutions (16-, 20-, and 24-bit) and sample rates (44.1, 48, 88.2, and 96kHz) with full AIFF compatibility
  • Organize song playlists with total control of fade-ins, fade-outs, track gain, start points, track cropping and more
  • Stores 16 different playlists containing up to 99 songs each
  • Onboard digital signal processing: compression, EQ, limiting, and normalization
  • Uses inexpensive, readily available CD-Rs

Alesis MasterLink ML-9600 Specifications:

  • Audio (44.1/48kHz frequencies) Frequency Response: 20Hz-20kHz, +0, -0.3 dB
  • THD+N: <0.002% @ 1kHz, -1 dBFS
  • Signal-to-Noise Ratio: 113 dB, A-weighted
  • Analog/Digital Converter: 24-bit 128x oversampling
  • Digital/Analog Converter: 24-bit 128x oversampling
  • Sample Rates: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96kHz
  • Word Lengths: 16-, 20-, 24-bit
  • CD Drive Type: ATAPI CD-ROM (8x read, 4x write)
  • CD Read/ Write Formats: Red Book, CD24
  • Hard Disk Type: High capacity IDE Drive
  • Hard Disk Max Recording Times:
  • 52 hours @ 44.1kHz/16-bit
  • 16 hours @ 96.0kHz/24-bit
  • Digital Inputs and Outputs:
  • AES/EBU-compatible balanced XLR connectors
  • S/PDIF-compatible unbalanced coaxial (RCA) connectors
  • Analog Inputs and Outputs:
  • Balanced XLR connectors (+4dBu)
  • Unbalanced phono (RCA) connectors (-10dBV)
  • Nominal Input and Output Level
  • Balanced: +4dBu (-15dBFS)
  • Unbalanced: -10dBV (-15dBFS)
  • Maximum Output
  • Balanced: +19dBu = 0dBFS
  • Unbalanced: +5dBV = 0dBFS
  • Input Impedance
  • Balanced: 15k Ohm nominal
  • Unbalanced: 10kOhm nominal
  • Output Impedance
  • Balanced: 75Ohm nominal
  • Unbalanced: 150Ohm nominal
  • Power Requirements:
  • 90-240 VAC, 40W max, 50/60Hz
  • Dimensions (WxHxD):
  • 19"x 3.5" x 11" (483mm x 88mm x 279mm)
  • Weight:
  • 16.55 lbs. (6.2kg)

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