This tutorial assumes you are using the Antelope Isochrone Trinity and OCX clocking units pictured below. Please be advised that the Trinity and 10M are designed primarily for the professional studio environment. If you intend to use these in a home/listening setup, changing sample rates must be done manually. This is not for the faint of heart. If you are not comfortable with this manual process, please contact us for a suitable alternative solution.
The Trinity has 3 clocks that correspond to Audio A, Audio B and Audio C. For basic operation, simply use the Audio A section. Connect a BNC cable to one of the Audio A Outs, as shown below. If slaving multiple devices, you can connect up to 8 devices via BNC.
Next, connect the Atomic Input on the back of the Antelope Trinity (first photo below) to one of the Outs (e.g. OUT 1) on the back of the 10M, if present (second photo below).
When using Antelope clocks, the sample rate must be set manually. Follow these simple steps, as pictured below:
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