Listen to Track One.
The new model 2960 brought a facelift to one of our best-selling products. Now the new SPL design represents the common origin of our channel strips Frontliner, Channel One and Track One.
However, technically we did not change anything to continue with tried and tested quality.
The Track One is a complete mono channel strip with a very attractive price/performance ratio. It is a perfect tool for the fast and safe recording of voices and instruments and especially popular in the German broadcasting industry.
The Track One meets highest demands in sound quality and reliability and covers an unlimited application range from studio over live to post production applications.
- Preamp stages optimized for all microphone types and instruments
- SPL‘s De-Esser
- Compressor/limiter stage
- 3-band EQ stage
- Output stage with metering
- Balanced XLR and 1/4 inch TRS connectors
- Options: A/D converter and Lundahl input transformer
Frequency response: 10 Hz-200 kHz (200 kHz = -3 dB)
Common mode rejection: 1 kHz: -80 dB / 10 kHz: -68 dB (at -20 dBu)
THD & N
20 dB -97,5dBu
40 dB -91,0dBu
65 dB -69,6 dBu
Dynamic response: 115 dB
Frequency response: 10 Hz-180 kHz (180 kHz = -3 dB)
THD & N
7 dB -98,4 dBu
20 dB -95,8 dBu
42 dB -77,2 dBu
Input impedance Line: 12 kOhm / Instr.: 1 MOhm
Max. input level Line: +28 dBu / Instr.: +12 dBu
Dynamic response: 115 dB
Max. output level XLR/jack: +20 dBu
Output impedance: 50 Ohm
Toroidal transformer: 15 VA
Fuses: 315 mA (230 V/50 Hz)
630 mA (115 V/60 Hz)
Stand.-EIA-19 inch/1U housing: 482 x 44 x 210 mm
Weight: 3.1 kg
The Analog/Digital Converter Module 1090 is an optional digital output for compatible SPL units (see below) with a plug-and-play design for easy installation.
It offers an S/P-DIF output with both coaxial and optical connectors in parallel.
The heart of the module is a 24-bit converter with a variable sample rate of up to 192 kHz. Highly accurate quartz oscillators ensure a clean, low-jitter master clock.
The internal sample rate can be switched between 44.1, 48, 88.2 and 96 kHz. Other sample rates (32, 176,4 and 192 kHz are set by external syncronization.
The converter can be synced to other digital devices via a S/P-DIF input.
The internal oscillators are automatically disabled when an external clock signal is present to prevent interference.
An extremely effective voltage stabilizing circuit ensures that the converter continuously receives sufficient and stable voltage – an important prerequisite for clean, transparent audio.
The compact design of the input stage guarantees the shortest possible signal path to the converter. Overdimensioned grounding surfaces on both sides of the circuit board effectively reduce interference and ensure optimal separation between analog and digital components.
Internal sample rates: 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz
External sample rates: 32 kHz, 176,4 kHz and 192 kHz
Dynamic range: 112 dB (A-weighted)
THD+N (@-1 dBFS/1 kHz): 0,0007%
Frequency response (48 kHz): 10 Hz-22kHz, ±0.2 dB
Jitter (average; 700 Hz-100 kHz): ‹ 300 ps
Stop band attenuation: -105 dB @48 kHz; -102 dB @96 kHz
0 dBFS: = +15 dBu
Power consumption +15 V: max. 115 mA
Power consumption -15 V: max. 17 mA
Dimensions (W x H x D): 100 x 27 x 76 mm (3.94 x 1.06 x 3 in.)
Weight: 68 g (2.39 oz.)