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Burl Audio enters the mothership

Burl Audio enters the mothership

Burl Audio enters the mothership

The B22 Orca Control Room Monitor daughter card features Burl NextGen BOPA14 op-amps

Burl Audio has introduced the B22 Orca Control Room Monitor daughter card, which uses the same analogue circuit path as other Burl Audio products with an emphasis on sonic transparency and 3D stereo imaging. The monitor features Burl NextGen BOPA14 op-amps and reportedly delivers a tight bass and high definition throughout the audio spectrum. Instruments and mixes are said to have a more real 3D sound with wider stereo image and more depth, while preserving the original shape and harmonic balance of the source.

The B22 Orca employs four DAC channels. The first two are mix/mastering grade DAC channels with switchable BX5 output transformers and can be used to feed a separate headphone amp or a mix/mastering chain or send out tracks for analogue processing. The second two DAC channels feed the main monitor section which features two stereo speaker outputs and one stereo headphone output. The card can be coupled with a B16 Mothership and a B4 mic/line input card to create a desktop recording rig. Alternatively, it can be combined with a B16 and a BAD4M for a four-in/four-out mastering solution.

In other news, the manufacturer has released the B16-BMB6 motherboard, which features eight channels of AES/EBU I/O connectivity and reportedly provides an easy interface to any AES/EBU device. With a BAD8 and a BDA8, the B16-BMB6 is an eight-channel I/O; with a BAD4M and a BDA4M with switchable input and output transformers, it becomes a four-channel I/O solution for mastering.

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