Black Lion Audio Micro Clock MKIII XB

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Description

Black Lion Audio Micro Clock MKIII XB

We spent the better part of a year field-testing the Micro Clock MKIII XB prior to its release, and got a lot of positive feedback on the impact it made in a wide variety of setups. Its small form factor and its ability to drive up to 1,000 feet of coaxial cable make it not only the perfect solution for improving the conversion quality of an audio interface, but also for re-clocking digital mixing consoles at live shows or houses of worship, and as the master word clock in large post-production or broadcast facilities. It can easily sync all of your digital gear together, even if it’s located in different rooms, or different buildings!

Features 

  • Ultra-low jitter, harmonically-enhanced word clock signal generation
  • Dimmable frequency display
  • 8 selectable sample rates (44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz, 176.4kHz, 192kHz, 352.8kHz, and 384kHz)
  • 6 BNC outputs with dedicated output drivers for maximum isolation
  • RCA S/PDIF output
  • Optical S/PDIF output
  • AES output
  • Full & 1/2 rack removable rack ears
  • Locking frequency selector knob

Specs

Jitter

  • 0.6pS RMS (BNC outputs)

Outputs

  • 6 BNC, 1 XLR AES, 1 RCA S/PDIF, 1 Optical S/PDIF (recommended max. cable length = 1,000ft of high quality, 75Ω coaxial cable)
  • BNC: 75Ω, 5V unterminated
  • RCA S/PDIF: 75 Ω, unbalanced
  • AES XLR: 110 Ω, balanced

Clock Frequencies

  • BNC (kHz) – 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192, 352.8, 384
  • RCA S/PDIF & AES (kHz) – 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192
  • Optical S/PDIF (kHz) – 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96

Power

  • 9VDC (6W power consumption)

Power connector

  • 2.1mm barrel connector with 5.5mm outer diameter (center pin positive)

Weight

  • 2.2lbs

Dimensions

  • 6.5”L x 6”W x 1.75”H (without rack ears installed)

Shipping weight

  • 4lbs

Shipping dimensions

  • 13” x 13” x 5”

Reviews

“I just got a record back from mastering that I was mixing before the clock and then got the clock half way through. The clock made a huge difference on the mixes. It almost sounds like 2 different mixers. With the clock it has so much more punch, detail and balance. I wish I would have had it on the full record.”

– Dan Deurloo