Antelope Audio Pure 2
DIGITAL CLARITY, ANALOG WARMTH
Pure2 is a high-end mastering converter, powered by Antelope Audio’s legendary clocking and pristine analog circuitry
Pure2 is a mastering-grade 24-bit, 192 kHz AD/DA 2-channel converter and master clock that includes a relay-controlled volume attenuator. It features Antelope Audio’s world-renowned Acoustically Focused Clocking (AFC) technology, and also utilizes pristine analog circuitry, driven by a proprietary multi-stage linear power supply for unsurpassed digital clarity and analog realism.
Improved overload handling for smoother clipping and analog warmth, handled by PCM4222
Dedicated D/A converter for greater convenience, allows monitoring a secondary source
Dual DAC architecture for enhanced stereo imaging and signal-to-noise ratio
TRANSPARENT ANALOG MONITORING
A -1dB stepped relay attenuator with 0.05dB precision and full bypass option
64-BIT MASTER CLOCKING
Sharp conversion timing via 4th gen AFC jitter management technology
Super intuitive OS X & Windows compatible software panel
FIVE HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPONENTS:
- A/D CONVERTER WITH OPTIMIZED OVERLOADS HANDLING
- D/A CONVERTER WITH DUAL DAC ARCHITECTURE
- HIGH-END HEADPHONE AMP WITH A DEDICATED D/A CONVERTER
- RELAY-BASED ANALOG VOLUME CONTROL FOR ACCURATE MONITORING
- MASTER CLOCK WITH 4TH GENERATION OF ANTELOPE’S AFC JITTER MANAGEMENT
Access all Pure2 features via Mac & PC app or through the front-panel controls
All Pure2 features are available in an intuitive software control panel for Mac or Windows provides users the ability to manage all facets of the device operation. Pure2 is also configurable via the front panel with user-definable presets.
We know the engineer’s life is not a glamorous one. So we tried to make it easier.
You can set up Pure2 in a couple of minutes. All you actually need is one USB cable (provided in the box) and a laptop of your choosing (Win 7.1 or higher / Mac OSx 10.9 or higher) and you can start capturing stereo audio at 192 kHz.
After setting it up, just download the Control Panel, a few clicks and you’re set.