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Sound Pure has an unsurpassed lineup of stereo and multi-channel D/A (digital to analog) and A/D (analog to digital) converters, as well as units that combine analog and digital conversion with other features such as a mic preamp, or some form of harmonic enhancement. Whether you are recording music in a professional studio, or playing back audio on your home stereo, converters matter a lot. Sound Pure recognizes that different converters are better for different jobs, and sell a wide variety of the top names in converter technology to make sure we have the best basis covered for every situation. Budgets and applications vary, which is why Sound Pure has thoroughly tested most of the best co... (view more)

Sound Pure has an unsurpassed lineup of stereo and multi-channel D/A (digital to analog) and A/D (analog to digital) converters, as well as units that combine analog and digital conversion with other features such as a mic preamp, or some form of harmonic enhancement. Whether you are recording music in a professional studio, or playing back audio on your home stereo, converters matter a lot. Sound Pure recognizes that different converters are better for different jobs, and sell a wide variety of the top names in converter technology to make sure we have the best basis covered for every situation. Budgets and applications vary, which is why Sound Pure has thoroughly tested most of the best converters that are out there on the market in so many different situations that have likely encountered one like yours. While converters are not the most glamorous aspect of a recording studio or mobile recording rig, their importance should never be ignored. If you ever intend to place your music on a form of recorded digital medium, be it a computer, a CD, or a multi-channel self-contained recording rig, the converters that translate the analog to digital and vice-versa are the ultimate responsible piece of equipment in the process. No matter how strong your instruments, rooms, microphones, mic preamps, or other outboard equipment may be, it ultimately must face conversion into the digital realm, the process of which is the sole responsibility of the converter that you choose. Fortunately, Sound Pure is staffed by real audio engineers that rely on converters every day, in every stage of the game, whether it be tracking music to digital, playing digital music back, or utilizing converters to bounce to analog summing devices or outboard equipment in the mixing process. Call Sound Pure so that we can begin discussing your own specific digital audio converter needs. (view less)