USB Audio Interface ADM09
Audio Damage ADM09 Odio is a Class-compliant USB audio device. No driver required for Linux, OS X, Windows, and iOS. (iOS use requires Camera Connection Kit. Windows requires XP SP2 or later.)
IN L + IN R Operating on the USB 1.1 standard, Odio is plug-and-play, and with DC-coupled outputs and 10V p-p modular level audio paths to the Burr-Brown AD/DA convertors operating at 48hKz/16 bit, it will happily work in today’s demanding modular environment with no setup needed. ￼IN L and IN R are inputs to the AD convertor, and expect 10V p-p modular-level audio signals. If you send voltages greater than +5V or -5V, clipping can occur. The LEDs reflect the input level, with blue representing reasonable levels, violet representing peak levels, and yellow representing clipping levels.
OUT L + OUT R OUT L and OUT R are outputs from the DA convertor, and they operate at 10V p-p modular levels. (Note that these are almost 4 times “louder” than the outputs on a typical prosumer audio interface, and will cause clipping and distortion in consumer level home audio equipment.) The outputs are DC-coupled for use with Silent Way, Volta, and other CV output software products. . The LEDs show output levels, with blue showing normal levels, violet for hot levels, and yellow for peaking.
USB The USB port accepts a standard USB B plug, with the other end of the cable attached to the appropriate port on your host device. The USB LED is solid yellow if a USB connection is present, and off if no connection is made. Odio operates at 48kHz 16-bit when attached to an iOS device. This is its maximum resolution. You can set lower sample rates and bit depths if Odio is attached to a computer.
80 mA +12V 5 mA -12V 0 mA 5V 53 mm Depth