03.29.2007 11:01 AM
TV One Announces New S2-106AD Stereo Audio Switcher
The new S2-106AD Stereo Audio Switcher is part of TV One’s S2 Expansion family. The S2-106AD is a Stereo Audio Switcher with Variable Delay. It has six separate inputs either from differential stereo audio connections, stereo phono connections (for inputs 1 to 5) or on 3.5mm stereo jack socket for channel six. Dueled outputs are available from differential stereo audio connections and stereo phono sockets plus a separate 3.5mm stereo jack socket output.

The S2-106AD has additional audio control for Volume and Balance Control with outputs one and two being controlled simultaneously. It also offers variable audio delay on output one for lip sync control, with optional sampling frequencies available varying between:
  • For sampling rate 32 kHz 0 to 999 msec delay
  • For sampling rate 44.1 kHz 0 to 740 msec delay
  • For sampling rate 48 kHz 0 to 680 msec delay
  • For sampling rate 96 kHz 0 to 340 msec delay
It is easily controlled directly from the front panel keys, multidirectional switch and LCD display. It can also be controlled by the IR remote control or via RS-232 and since it is a desktop unit, there is an optional single or dual rackmount kit available. It is powered either by an options connector or a direct power connector.

The S2-106AD has a suggested retail price of $995 and is currently available.

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