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The Zefiro InBox! The InBox/AD20 was jointly developed by Zefiro Acoustics and Denecke Inc. and is the perfect addition to your current DAT deck or digital I/O card. This handheld portable 20 bit Analog to Digital converter has a built in low noise microphone pre-amplifier. The InBox has stereo balanced inputs on two XLR jacks and digital outputs by both optical S/PDIF and coaxial S/PDIF (on a 1/8th inch mini jack). A 1/8th inch mini to RCA female cable will be included for standard S/PDIF. The InBox will run for over 8 hours on a single alkaline 9volt battery or the box may be powered by an external 9volt wall-wart (optional). The blue aluminum box measures about 3x5.75x1.25 inches and weighs about 14 ounces. Stereo gain adjust is provided by individual gain pots for left and right. Low noise 125.4dB EIN unweighted at max gain (-46.4dB from digital 0dB). Dynamic range at minimum gain (-5.2dB from digital 0dB) is 98dB. Optional XLR to RCA cables with built in 20dB pads can be used to attach the InBox to any standard line out. The 9volt battery clips to the top of the box using Denecke's patented quick snap design. The external AC power connector could alternatively be plugged into the top. On the bottom of the InBox are the dual XLR balanced microphone inputs. On the side of the Inbox are the dual gain pots, battery low LED, Coaxial S/PDIF output (1/8th inch mini), and Optical S/PDIF output (Toslink). The InBox samples at 44.1kHz and produces a SCMS=00 signal. The InBox now sells for $495.

An Optional accessories pack for the InBox will be made available by Zefiro Acoustics. The pack includes the AC adapter, a Toslink cable and a pair of the XLR to RCA padded cables. For use with the Sony 7pin portables, check out Core Sound for their modified InBox, Core Sound also supplies Y cables to adapt mini 1/8th inch stereo to dual XLR. The InBox does not supply phantom power, but Denecke sells a stereo version of their popular PS-1 48V regulated portable supply for use with the InBox. The InBox does NOT have any meters on it, the intent is to use the meters on your DAT deck or Digital Audio Workstation (when used with a ZA2 or other digital card).

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Je suis con il y avait le schéma explicatif dessus carrement :transpi:

:yes: Mais l'appât du gain vous a éloigné du vrai message: le but était de trouver l'explication la plus drole, ou la plus originale.. Je me fout de savoir ce que c'est vraiment. (et d'ailleurs je le savais ^^)

'fin sinon je dirais la maquette d'un véhicule révolutionnaire avec des propulseurs de fusée !

Pas très aerodynamique, mais bon pourquoi pas ^^ Meilleure réponse :)

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Ok vous pouvez laisser crever ce post, ou proposer d'autres images étranges.

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C'est une alimentation avec deux entrées 220V (ouais au cas ou un câble lâche sur les deux...) sur connecteur XLR pour alimenter via la sortie optique un micro sans fil. Et le connecteur jack lui, sert à recharger la pile qu'on peut mettre dedans pour servir de batterie de secours au micro sans fil avec alimentation wired en FO...

Trop facile... :yes:

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On me dit dans l'oreillette que Sony à aussi inventé les allumettes qui s'allument via l'allume cigare...

Et pourquoi pas une console de jeu next-gen a 600€ pendant qu'on y est ? :transpi:

:transpi:

Et une cuisine Hygiena a moitié prix ? :yes:

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