Be sure to ask if the s/w is current (cost me $1500 to upgrade) and how many ch; looks like 5 from his picture (IIRC $350 per additional ch).
This Trinnov has Version 2 software, from about 2008-2009. For a fee, it may be updated to the current software. These systems can typically run at 96k,
depending on channel count and the PC configuration. One would need to load the current software to know precisely. Noah's system is of a similar era.
The hardware interface appears to be RME AES with 16 channels Digital AES in/out. A typical converter used with this configuration is a Lynx Auroa 16.
Questions to ask:
Licence channel count (typically 8)
Date and ID# of system (found on help page)
Confirm RME AES
Converter included? if so- what?
If anyone serious about purchase, feel free to PM me for Trinnov questions (I do not know or represent the seller in any way).
3D Audio Consultant
would it be possible to add one or two Lynx TwoB pci-cards to this unit..? And then hook up directly to power-amps..??
I already have them and that would give me enough channels, 12/4.
Sorry, missed this.
I forget which, but mine had way old s/w; currently I have 3.5.8.
Curt, am I not up to date anymore?