What are the Particular Strengths of Antelope’s Trinity Master Clock?

This is the third video post in which Igor Levin talks about clocking technologies and Antelope’s products.
 
This time the topic is the Isochrone Trinity – a universal high-definition master clock employing Antelope’s 4th Generation of Acoustically Focused Clocking with 64-bit Digital Signal Processing (DSP) and up to 384 kHz audio streaming.
 
Igor explains the major strengths of Trinity and what makes it one of the most preferred clocks not only in sound recording and mastering studios, but in film scoring facilities as well.
 

As always, your comments are more than welcome. Let us know your thoughts!
 

 
Transcription
 
What’s cool about Trinity is, first of all there’s the fourth generation of clocking, because you have many people in the audio community buying it just for that, for the sound quality. Secondly, is incredible flexibility, all these three different audio clocks, three SD video signals and three HD video signals and all that in an intuitive interface, which can also be remotely controlled through a computer, so that you can have your presets and recall them and that saves a lot of time. We’ve got three oscillators that are independent and these allow you to do sample rate conversions or situations where you have mastering for different media. Plus, bigger studios that may have several suites or rooms and they may have to run one room at one rate or other room at another rate.
 
Another thing that we expanded was the ability to do more video generators. So, unlike the OCX, that just generates standard SD video. The Trinity clock can generate all the high-definition video formats. So, it generates both in fact, three different SD formats and also three different HD formats and simultaneously. So, you may in fact, run some video material at HD and then convert it to SD at the same time. So, Trinity covers the situations where you need to do a lot of conversions between formats. It supports all these so-called pull up and pull down adjustments that are important when you do film to video transfers. It can do varispeed adjustment. That’s where you get off the standard frequency and change slightly at higher or lower that could speed up the material or slow it down or change the pitch slightly.
 
So, these are the advanced clocking features and Trinity has them all. It’s the most flexible clock that’s ever been built, while retaining a simple and intuitive interface.