From lab to recording studio – a cost effective Rubidium master clock
16 Mar 2010
We’d like to let you into a little secret…
…the Stanford Research Systems FS725 Rubidium Master clock is ideal for use in the recording or broadcast studio to improve digital audio and video quality. What is more, this proven scientific instrumentation product is available for much less than the cost of other well known pro-audio Rubidium clocks.
For nearly 30 years Stanford Research Systems have been building a solid reputation for class leading scientific instrumentation products at sensible prices.
With exceptional accuracy (100,000 times better than a conventional crystal oscillator), superb stability and low phase noise, the basic FS725 unit provides two 10MHz sine wave outputs, one 5MHz sine wave output and a 1pps square wave output. This is expandable in the box to 14 x 10MHz, 4 x 5MHz and 4 x 1pps outputs. A rack-mount kit and additional distribution amplifiers are also available. Operation couldn’t be simpler – plug in and forget!
Using the 10MHz FS725 Rubidium clock signal as a master clock for your digital audio/video system ensures all your components have access to the uncompromising accuracy and long-term stability only atomic clocks can give. An FS725 synchronised audio/video system will minimise jitter and timing induced artefacts, and at a price that need not break the bank.
Please take a look at www.audioanalyser.co.uk to see what other Stanford Research Systems products await the audio/video community.
For further information and to arrange a demo of the FS725 Rubidium master clock, click here to contact us by email or call:
T: 01582 764334
(Lambda Photometrics Ltd., for distribution & support of all SRS products in the UK)
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