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Burl’s big announcement

Burl’s big announcement

Burl’s big announcement

The B4 incorporates the new BX6 input transformer designed for true mic/line input impedance

Burl Audio has added a raft of new products to its catalogue. First is the B4 four-channel mic/line input daughter card for the B80 and B16 Motherships. The B4 incorporates the new BX6 input transformer designed for true mic/line input impedance. It maintains a Class-A analogue circuit followed by the same ADC the manufacturer uses in the BAD8. Using a single B80 chassis, 40 input channels of audiophile mic/line inputs can be realised.

Next is the BDA4M, a mastering grade DAC with stepped attenuators and switchable output transformers. Specifically designed for mixing and mastering, the BDA4M uses the latest Burl NextGen Analog for ‘superior fidelity and clarity’. The BDA4 transformer-coupled, four-channel, digital-to-analogue converter daughter card for the B80 and B16 Motherships uses the newly developed BOPA14, also with Burl’s NextGen Analog. The BOPA14 is a discreet, Class-A op-amp with a minimal number of transistors alongside a tighter bass and higher definition. Finally, the BX5 is an output transformer used in the B32 Vancouver Mix Bus.

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