The Lynx Aurora (n) 8 USB has 8-channel 24-bit/192kHz A/D-D/A Converter with Preinstalled LT-USB Option Card
The Aurora (n) 8-USB with preinstalled LT-USB option provides you with pro-quality digital conversion and ultra-low-latency performance. The Aurora (n) 8-USB gives you up to 192kHz analog to digital and digital to analog conversion with front panel control of all routing and sample rate options. Word clock and MIDI I/O connectors provide you with additional sync options, and the preinstalled LT-USB card provides you with maximum bandwidth and minimal latency. Aurora (n) models give you up to 32-channel recording and playback to microSD for stand-alone operation or confidence recording, as well as two audiophile-grade headphone outs, while a TFT LCD display provides immediate status information. Leveraging high-end Lynx Hilo technology and utilizing cutting-edge FPGA processors, Aurora (n) delivers even greater transparency, with significantly lower noise and distortion than previous models.
Complete redesign integrating Hilo Converter Technology (HCT) for analog I/O achieving significant improvements in transparency and reductions of both noise and distortion.Available in 8-channel, 16-channel, 24-channel and 32-channel configurations.LSlotTM expansion slot for Thunderbolt, Dante, USB, ProTools|HD connectivity and more.Configurable I/O - pre-amp, summing & AES3+ADAT modules to be released in 2017.Up to 32-channels of real-time recording and playback via on-board Micro SD card2 audiophile-grade headphone outputs1 in/3 out Word clock I/O with Lynx exclusive second generation SynchroLock-2 sample clock technology
Manufacturer Part Number : AURORA(N) 8 USB
November 16, 2019
I purchased an Aurora n on Alex's recommendation and couldn't be happier. The difference in terms of clarity, particularly in the low-end, compared to the RME interface I upgraded from was astonishing. I'm currently thinking about adding another Aurora n 16 for additional I/O. Read more
I'd recommend these interfaces to anyone, but especially those producing or mixing bass-heavy music, like hip-hop or EDM.