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The DM2000 provides 24 A/B analog inputs via 24-bit, 128x oversampled A/D converters, which operate at 44.1/48/88.2/96kHz sampling frequencies. All of the console's ADCs and DACs — including the talkback A/D — are 24-bit/96kHz, 128x oversampled. The “A” inputs are balanced female XLRs; “B” inputs are balanced ¼-inch TRS jacks, which also accept unbalanced inputs. Additionally, eight “omni” analog outputs (+4dB nominal level) on balanced TRS jacks can be fed from the console's bus outs, aux master sends, matrix master sends, master stereo out, direct outs, surround monitor channels or digital-insert outs. The console's 96 input channels, eight buses, 12 aux sends, four matrix sends and master L/R bus all have digital inserts.
The DM2000's S/PDIF and two AES/EBU digital outs can each serve as outputs for the stereo master out, bus outs, aux sends, matrix master sends, direct outs, insert outs or control room outs. The console's S/PDIF and two AES/EBU digital inputs can provide access to internal sample-rate converters. MIDI In/Out/Thru ports support chores such as recalling scenes (automation snapshots), controlling real-time console parameters, Bulk Dumping automation and other data, controlling external machines (including transport functions and track arming) via MMC, and controlling DAWs via the DM2000's predefined remote layers. USB and serial ports handle multiport (supplying eight ports) communication between the DM2000 and a host Mac or PC.
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