In the fickle world of Audio & Video formats, the new Trinity will be the Master Clock that stands out from the crowd for years to come, with the kind of features that other manufacturers can only aspire to. With dedicated functions and controls, the new Trinity is the best sounding and most versatile Master Clock available anywhere.
The features that make it unique
There are unique features that are only available on the Trinity - such as Audio up to 384kHz, Varispeed, nine completely independent generators, and a Triple display! Of course, all of this comes in an intuitive menu-free user interface, just as you would expect from Antelope.
4th Generation of Acoustically Focused Clocking employing 64 bit DSP leads to a new level in detailed & focused sound
Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator or Atomic Input for supremely low jitter
Factory calibrated to better than +/- 0.001 ppm accuracy
A wealth of rear panel connectivity for tremendous flexibility
Comprehensive audio gear-boxing for anything in, anything out
Atomic Input for ultimate performance
3 Independent & simultaneous audio generators up to 384kHz, and varispeed control +/- 200 cents
3 Independent & simultaneous HD generators, covering 16 formats
I’m very familiar with what clocking does to the audio; that was one of the reasons I switched to Antelope initially. In the system I had, as soon as I put the original Antelope in, it made a tremendous difference. The imaging became much more solid. It was an instantaneous improvement.
When people ask me about converters and sample rates and all that stuff, I tell them, honestly, the thing that I find that makes the biggest difference is the clocking. I can run at 44.1 with a basic converter and if I have everything clocked absolutely perfectly it’s going to sound better than a poorly clocked 96k super-high-end, super-expensive converter. And I’ve proven that time and time again.
Alan Meyerson is a music scoring mixer, recordist and producer, starting his career in the early 1980s. He is currently based at renowned film and video game score composer Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions studio complex in Santa Monica, CA. Alan has more than 100 film score mixing credits to his name, including the Pirates of the Caribbean and Transformers trilogies and the highly anticipated The Dark Knight Rises, which opens this summer. www.Hans-Zimmer.com