Library of Congress converts to Prism

Prism Sound delivered 12 ADA-8XR converters to the National Audio Visual Conservation Center.
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The National Audio Visual Conservation Center in Culpeper, VA, is using Prism sound for the analog-to-digital conversion of media assets.

The United States Library of Congress has recently received 12 Prism Sound ADA-8XR analog-to-digital converters. The ADA-8XRs, which are fitted with optional AES-EBU audio output cards, form part of the digital audio archiving systems at the library’s recently completed National Audio Visual Conservation Center (NAVCC) in Culpeper, VA, about 75 miles southwest of Washington, D.C.

The interfaces are being used at the NAVCC in conjunction with digital audio recording workstations to digitize the many analog audio recordings in the Library Of Congress’s collections.

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