1. Safety Notes
To reduce the risk of electrical shocks, fire, and related hazards:
●● Do not remove screws, cover, or cabinet. There are no user serviceable parts inside.
Refer servicing to qualified service personnel.
●● Do not expose this device to rain, moisture or spillover of liquid of any kind.
●● Should any form of liquid or a foreign object enter the device, do not use it. Switch off the
device and then unplug it from the power source. Do not operate the device again until the
foreign object is removed or the liquid has completely dried and its residues fully cleaned
up. If in doubt, please consult the manufacturer.
●● Do not handle the power cables with wet hands!
●● Make sure the device is switched off when plugging/unplugging it to/from the power
●● Avoid placing things on the cabinet or using the device in a narrow and poorly ventilated
place which could affect its operation or the operation of other closely located components.
●● If anything goes wrong, turn off the device first and then unplug the power. Do not attempt
to repair the device yourself. Consult authorized service personnel or your dealer instead.
●● Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, stoves, or other apparatus
(including amplifiers) that produce heat.
●● Do not use harsh chemicals to clean your unit. Clean only with specialized cleaners
for electronics equipment.
●● Connect all your devices before powering your unit.
●● This unit is connected via its power cord to the mains safety earth.
●● Never operate the unit without this earth connection.
●● DC power supply cable should be routed so that it is not likely to be walked on
or squeezed by items placed upon or against it.
●● To completely turn off the device, unplug the power cable first from the outlet and then
from the rear panel of the unit.
●● Both occasional and continued exposure to high sound pressure levels can cause
permanent ear damage via headphones and monitors.
●● Your unit should always be un-racked when traveling or in a flight case.
●● The device is designed to operate in a temperate environment, with a correct Operating
Temperature of 0-50° C, 32-122° F
●● Attention! During the firmware update we advise to disconnect every other device
from your Antelope unit except the computer.

2. Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Goliath from Antelope Audio. Antelope Audio has packed more than 20 years of experience in digital audio, clocking and analog circuit development into an impressive, amazing-sounding and versatile, professional
audio interface – Goliath. The blazing-fast ThunderboltTM, USB, and MADI I/O house a total of 36 analog ins and 32 analog outs, including 16-Channels of Class-A Mic Preamps with pristine and transparent AD/DA, all powered by Antelope’s renowned clocking technology. 64 channels via ThunderboltTM can be routed to a vast selection of Digital and Analog I/O options, including MADI, AES, ADAT, and S/PDIF for digital signals. There are 36 Analog Inputs and 32 Analog Outputs with stunning pristine AD/DA converters. These include 4 superb Instrument DI’s, 2 transformer Reamp Outs, 2 Headphone Outs with integrated Talkback on the front, and 16-Channels of Class-A Mic Preamps, 2 sets of Stereo Inserts and a pair of mastering grade Monitor Outs on the back. The DB25 connectors feature 24 Outputs and 16 additional Line Inputs, making Goliath an attractive solution for Hardware Inserts and Summing. Even more Analog I/O Channels can be added by connecting Antelope’s own Orion32 or Orion32+ using MADI, for a full 64 Channels of Analog I/O simultaneously. Dedicated knobs make real-time control exceedingly simple for adjusting Mic Pre Gain and Instrument Inputs, as well as an assignable large volume knob for stereo or Headphone Monitor Outs. There are also dedicated buttons for Talkback, Mono, and Mute, as well as a flexible Antelope Button. Goliath’s exceptional control options go from convenient to simply amazing with its innovative multifunctional color touch screen allowing for our most user-friendly front panel experience ever. Using your computer, you’ll be able to easily route any input to any output via a flexible color-coded routing matrix inside Antelope’s custom control panel software for Mac or PC and then save all your settings to five recallable presets. You can then go wireless using exceptional Apps for both iOS and Android devices. All of these options ensure that you are in complete control of Goliath’s vast connectivity at all times.
Goliath employs Antelope’s powerfully fast FPGA-based DSP engine, able to process four zero latency mixers with custom effects, like the stunning new AuraVerb reverb and several new modern and vintage hardware EQ and compressor models. Antelope’s new RealModel technology creates the most accurate modeling of classic analog gear. Stacks of FX can then be combined to build custom FX Chains and saved as Presets inside the AFX engine. Guitar Players will love this new FX approach when combined with Antelope’s new partnership with Overloud Audio Tools’ amp modeling, which also comes preloaded with Goliath. Goliath’s precise clocking is run by Antelope’s proprietary 4th generation of Acoustically Focused Clocking (AFC) jitter management algorithm and oven-controlled crystal oscillator, as featured in Antelope’s best crystal-based master clocks. For optimum detail and sound stage, Goliath can be additionally synced to the extremely accurate Rubidium Atomic Clock –
10MX. It can be used as a master clock for two other products via the two Word Clock Outs on BNC. Antelope’s record setting ThunderboltTM speed, combined with real-time FPGA mixers and FX mark an end to the need for offline DSP to enhance the power of a modern DAW on today’s computers. Antelope interfaces make use of real-time DSP for specific tasks, such as monitor mixing with reverb, tracking through accurately modeled EQ and Compression, as well as exceptional guitar amp models from the highly regarded Overloud Audio Tools. Antelope’s custom ThunderboltTM circuit enables users to route to external hardware gear in near real-time or route recorded guitars or other audio out of Antelope Reamp Outputs to external effects
pedals or other instrument processors. Monitoring the results is so fast, a guitar player could even play live through the chain without feeling any lag from the excessive latency of standard buffering, usually associated with external DSP solutions.
For further information, you can also visit our support area online for the FAQ, Help Desk and to register your product at: www.antelopeaudio.com. Enjoy working with the new Goliath!
All the best,
The Antelope Team

3. Features
●● 1x Custom USB 2.0 Type-B Connector
●● 1x Thunderbolt TM Gen1
●● 16x Universal Inputs (Mic In/Line In) on XLR (Inputs 1 to 4 are also HiZ compatible & first
two are connected to AD INSERTS)
●● 4x Instrument In on 1/4 stereo jack (dedicated for instrument / HiZ only)
●● 16x Line In on 2x DB25
●● 24x Line Out on 3x DB25
●● 2x Reamp Out on 1/4 stereo jack
●● 2x HP Out on 1/4 stereo jack
●● 2x AD Inserts on double TRS (connected to rear 1 & 2 universal inputs)
●● 8x AES/EBU I/O on 2x DB25 (following TASCAM standard)
●● 1x WC In on BNC
●● 1x Atomic In on BNC
●● 2x WC Out on double BNC
●● 1x S/PDIF I/O on 2x RCA
●● 2x ADAT In / Out on Fiber optic
●● 2x Optical MADI In and Out on Fiber optic (64 channels on each MADI)
●● 1x Monitor Line Out on 1/4 TRS stereo jacks (L/R CHs) for pair of stereo monitors
●● 1x TALKBACK Mic
●● 1x 3.5” high resolution TFT display (262 000 colors) with capacitive touch screen panel

4. Installation Guide
Connect to the AC power source via rear panel connector.
1. Connect the USB cable to the USB port on your computer.
2. Download and install the Goliath Software Control Panel and driver from
www.antelopeaudio.com/en/support/downloads This will enable you to control your
device from your computer and select all necessary settings.
3. Open your Control Panel by double clicking and follow the device activation procedure.
4. Connect your choice of inputs and outputs to Goliath.
5. The guest operating system will recognize the new output audio device (Goliath).
6. If you want to use the Goliath for playback and recording, open your preferred DAW
and make sure the device is selected as an input and output.
Note: Make sure your device has the most recent firmware installed.

Mac OS:
Important Note
A Mac is compatible with Goliath only if it has the ThunderboltTM logo.

Mini Display Port

ThunderboltTM Port

1. Connect the Thunderbolt TM (TB) or the USB cable to the TB or USB port on your
2. Download and install the Goliath Software Control Panel and driver from
www.antelopeaudio.com/en/support/downloads This will enable you to control your
device from your computer and select all necessary settings.
3. Open your Control Panel by double clicking and follow the device activation procedure.
4. Connect your choice of inputs and outputs to Goliath.
5. The guest operating system will recognize the new output audio device (Goliath).
6. If you want to use Goliath through ThunderboltTM for playback and recording, open your
preferred DAW and make sure the device is selected as an input and output.

Note: Make sure your device has the most recent firmware installed. Check this by
selecting the Options panel ( "?" icon) and clicking on the Firmware Update button.

Activation Guide
It is essential to activate your Goliath before using it. Once connected to your AC and USB or
Thunderbolt TM to your computer follow the steps below:
1. Navigate to www.antelopeaudio.com/support/downloads and then to Goliath.
2. Download the Goliath Launcher.
3. Start the application (If you are on a PC install the launcher). The launcher will
automatically download the Software Control Panel.
4. You will be greeted by an Activation Screen. If you already have an Antelope Audio
account click on “Use existing Antelope ID”. Enter your information and click Continue.
If you don’t have an Antelope Audio account please enter a user ID, e-mail and
password, then click Done.
5. Check your email for the activation link mail and click on it. If the email does not appear
in your Inbox, please check your Spam folder.
6. Go back to the launcher and enter the required information. Click Done.
7. You’re good to go!

Note: If you haven’t activated your Goliath, a red window will appear on the touch screen saying: PLEASE ACTIVATE. Please follow the steps above to successfully activate it.

5. Front Panel Explained

1. 2 Re-amp outputs
These outputs are direct outputs that should be used with guitar amplifiers for re-amping.
2. 4 Instrument Inputs
Hi-Z Inputs with dedicated rotary control knobs. Hi-Z Inputs are suitable for connecting instruments such as bass or guitar to the Goliath.
3. High resolution “capacitive touch” TFT display

 Multi function touch screen that displays various information.
4. Channel Gain Control knobs / Input Selectors To adjust the input signal of the channel

Turn the knob left/right. Value can be adjusted in 1 dB steps. The peak indicator lights in response to the level of the input signal. 

Press and hold the rotary knob to mute the corresponding channel. To switch between the input modes (Mic, Line, Hi-Z on inputs 1-4) press the rotary knob. Please ensure that your selection matches the type of input signal.
5. Talkback button and Talkback mic
Press the talkback button to activate the talkback microphone. This can be distributed to the selected headphones and/or monitors using the software control panel.
6. Main Rotary Control
Big knob for monitor outs, line outs or HP volume control. By pressing it you can cycle through the different outputs, the Reamp and Monitor Volume.
5. Front Panel Explained
7. Mono Button
Changes from Stereo to Mono the current output that is selected by the Main Rotary Control
8. Antelope Button
Accesses various menus in combination with other buttons. Antelope button & Mono button: Enters touch screen calibration mode. 

Press and hold the Mono button + Mute button before powering on the device: Factory Reset Combo.
9. Mute Button
Mutes the current output that is selected by the Main Rotary Control
10. 2 Headphone Outputs
Two independently assignable headphone outputs, selectable and controllable via the main volume control knob.


6. Rear Panel Explained

11. Mains Power Connector
The IEC connector supports a range from ~95-245 V. This enables the device to automatically accommodate mains voltage in every country.
12. Word Clock Input
BNC connector used to accept Word Clock reference.
13. 10M Input
This BNC Input Connector allows the Goliath to receive timing reference from an Atomic
Clock such as the Antelope 10M and 10MX, to increase the Oscillator accuracy. If the
device is in Oven mode, plugging in the atomic clock causes the “Oven” light to turn
to “Atomic” on the touchscreen and the atomic device becomes the primary timing
reference, thus providing better sample accuracy, more detailed sound and greater
14. Word Clock Outputs
Two Word Clock Outputs on BNC connectors.
15. S/PDIF I/O
75Ω S/PDIF input and output for use with compatible equipment.
Each D-SUB 25 connector has 4 ins and 4 outs (following TASCAM standard).
17. ADAT Inputs and Outputs, 2 Inputs & 2 Outputs (up to 8 channels per line).
18. MADI Inputs and Outputs
2 x MADI I/O Connectors providing 64 tracks input and 64 tracks output per connector.
19. Monitor Outputs
A stereo pair (2 x TRS) of balanced outputs to connect a pairs of monitors.
20. Thunderbolt TM Port
Enables you to connect your Goliath to a Thunderbolt TM port on a Mac computer using a Thunderbolt TM cable (not included).
21. USB High-Speed
Goliath uses USB connector Type-B and operates up to 192 kHz sample rate with Antelope ASIO on Windows & Mac OS X.
22. Analog Line Outputs (on top)
Three D-SUB 25 connectors enable you to attach breakout cables, each with 8 lines.
23. Analog Line Inputs (on bottom)
Two D-SUB 25 connectors enable you to attach breakout cables, each with 8 lines.
24. AD Insert Points
Two ¼” TRS insert points (L & R) for connecting analog gear such as dynamics processors or EQ’s, just before the A/D conversion.
25. Mic and Line Inputs
16 Class-A mic preamps, with phantom power over combo XLR. First four are also Hi-Z compatible.

7. Touch Screen Explained

The Goliath features a touch screen on its front panel. From it you can access all options of the device.
The touch screen features the following options:
Here you can adjust different Goliath parameters:

Adjusts the touchscreen brightness.
Comm Interface
Selects which is the current type of connection between the computer and the Goliath, USB or
Thunderbolt TM.
Screen Saver Style and Time
Changes the amount of time it will take for the screen saver to appear as well as the type of the
screen saver for the touchscreen.
SR Conversion
Enables and disables the Sample Rate Converter for the digital inputs.
Presets Saving
Enables you to save the current settings on a preset.
Factory Reset
Resets the device to the factory settings, note that all settings and saved presets will be lost.
10M Calibration
Enters calibration mode which will enable you to calibrate the Goliath to a 10M.
Ensure atomic signal is fed to the Atomic Input, the Atomic Clock is warmed up and the Atomic
Indicator on the touchscreen is lit.
1. Select 10M calibration from the menu and the device will enter calibration mode
2. The indicator below will show a temperature number which will stabilize with time. When
the number is stable and the 10M is connected LOCKED will appear on the screen. Wait
until the number of “clock errors” are displayed. Click Done when the error number gets
stabilized to finish the calibration.
3. Repeat the procedure as many times as necessary so that the number becomes as
close as possible to Zero and relatively stable (number may have small deviations in a
few seconds).
Device Info
Displays the serial number, hardware revision and firmware version of the device.
Touch Screen Calibration
Will enter the touch screen calibration mode. Follow the instructions on the screen to re-calibrate
the screen.
Indicates whether the Goliath is locked to an incoming signal or not.
Powers off the device, if the Goliath is in standby mode, a power button like this will appear:

Tap it to switch the device on.

Main Display

Tap it you select the meters to be currently displayed.


Enter the Monitor menu to adjust the Monitor volume level from the screen or the main Volume


Enter the Line Out menu to adjust the output volume level.


Cycle through the two Headphone outputs and set their volume levels.


Shows the current Clock Source for the Goliath, set by default to Oven. The selected source is displayed on the top of the touchscreen. Tap to choose from the available clock sources.

Your selection will be shown in the section above.


Here you select the Sample Rate for the Goliath. Tap the SR button to see the available Sample Rates. The current one will be displayed on the top of the touchscreen.

Presets 1–5
The Global Presets save all device settings to one of the five available Preset slots.
By pressing buttons P1 to P5 you switch between all customizable presets.

8. Software Control Panel

8.1. Main View Options and Routing Tab
The universal panel view is constantly located on the upper half of the control panel for quick
access to the most important features.
Main view:
1. Power/Standby button
2. Main monitor volume slider
3. Main monitor dB level
4. Main monitor mute button
5. Clock source select
This dropdown menu allows you to select how the Goliath is to be synchronized. Select ‘Oven’
for internal sync, W.C. (Word Clock) to sync the Goliath to an external device through the Word
Clock input or ADAT, MADI, S/PDIF, AES for syncing with incoming digital signals, or through
Thunderbolt TM / USB.
6. Sample rate select
7. Connected devices
8. Settings
9. Info
10. Preamp 1-8 / Preamp 9-16 / ADAT In / S/PDIF In / Inst front section
11. Lock light
12. Headphone (HP 1) volume slider
13. Headphone (HP 1) ‘Mute’ button
14. Headphone (HP 2) volume slider
15. Headphone (HP 2) ‘Mute’ button
16. Talkback active button / Indicator light & Talkback volume fader
17. Routing Show/Hide
18. ‘From’ section (from Routing tab)
19. ‘To’ section (from Routing tab)
20. Mixers 1–4 section
21. Presets 1–5 section
22. Undo/Redo routing; Save/Load (from Routing tab)

23. Mic, Line and Hi-Z (1, 2, 3, 4 only) modes selectable via dropdown menu (please
ensure your selection from the dropdown menu matches the type of signal being
24. Channel Gain (value adjustable in 1 dB steps), Ctrl+Left-Click (Win) / Cmd+Left-Click
(Mac) mutes the channel
25. Peak meter
26. 48V Phantom power switch (independently assignable)
27. Stereo link button
28. Phase reverse button

8.2. Mixer Tab

1. Fader (double-click to reset to zero)
2. Fader Level indication
3. Solo
4. Mute
5. Stereo Link
6. Pan (double-click to reset to zero)
7. Send (double-click to reset to zero)
8. Master Mix Fader (double-click to reset to zero)
9. Master Mix Level indication
10. Master Mix Mute
11. Mixer 1–4 Show/Hide
Goliath offers four software low latency mixers which provide near zero latency mix and monitoring that can be distributed to any output from the control panel.
For example, you can drag all of the 32 USB PLAY channels to MIXER 1 channels and then drag and drop MIX 1 L/R to LINE OUT 1&2 providing a stereo bus mix to LINE OUT channels 1 and 2.
The low latency mixers provide all basic functions of a real mixer such as: 

Solo, Mute, Pan, Stereo Link, Volume Level fader control and a Master Fader, so you can easily make a stereo mix, plus an AuraVerb.

AuraVerb is a powerful and flexible algorithmic reverb effect powered by the Goliath’s Custom FPGA-based DSP. It provides near zero-latency effect monitoring without taxing your CPU.
AuraVerb can also be used as a hardware effect from your DAW. That way you can take advantage of its rich and unique sound while mixing or mastering.

By default the effect is switched on.

Quick Start
AuraVerb appears as a pre-fader send effect on the Goliath’s mixer 1. To send a signal to the reverb, turn up the send control on a mixer channel and use the reverb output level to adjust the return to the mixer’s master channel. To hear the reverb, route the mixer output to your monitors by clicking and dragging MIX 1 [1] [2] to MONITOR [1] [2] on the routing matrix. Fine tune the reverb mix by balancing between the dry signal on the mixer channel’s fader and the reverb Output Level knob.
AuraVerb Parameters
●● Color
AuraVerb’s Color control allows you to adjust the overall tone of the reverb. On “0” the space
created is darker, like a lushly carpeted area. On “100” the reverb sounds the brightest, which can
add some sizzle to a lead vocal, for example.
●● PreDelay
PreDelay is a common function on most reverb effects and allows you to create a bit of space
between the source and the onset of reverb by controlling the amount of delay time that precedes
the initial reverberated sound. This parameter is used to place the reverberated signal later in
time with respect to the unprocessed signal. Natural settings for this are based on the size of the
environment and range from 0 to 32 milliseconds. Fine adjustment of this parameter with respect
to the tempo of the song or dramatic timing of the piece can help set the feel of the reverb within
the mix.
●● Early Reflection Gain
This is the linear gain value for all early reflections. These reflections are perceptually grouped
with the direct sound when set at lower levels and can nicely thicken a track when increased.
●● Late Reflection Delay
Among other things, AuraVerb calculates reflected energy from the side walls and ceiling of the
virtual space. Late Reflection Delay controls the delay of these these late bursts of reflections,
either to create dedicated echoes or to support the spatial impression of the simulated acoustic
AuraVerb allows you to fine tune several other parameters for even deeper control of the acoustic
environment you are designing:
●● Richness
●● Reverb Time
●● Room Size
●● Reverb Level
AuraVerb offers 24 presets suitable for a variety of genres and instruments.
The S & L icons stand for saving and loading your own AuraVerb presets.
For more info about AuraVerb, visit our website:

8.3. Effects Tab
Click on the Effects Tab to reveal the 16 AFX Channel strips:

8.4. Meters Tab
The Meters tab allows you to measure the volume levels of all audio signals coming from and to
the Goliath. A dropdown menu allows you to easily switch between the routing matrix sections,
whose signal levels you want to visualize.

8.5. Settings Tab
Click on the gear icon to open the “Settings” window.
1. Main monitor out trim
2. Line out trim
3. ADC trim
4 & 5. Oscillator 1 and mute
6 & 7. Oscillator 2 and mute
8. Oscillator level
9. Reamp volume
10. Line out volume
11. Brightness – adjusts the Goliath’s front panel display brightness
12. USB channel count
13. ThunderboltTM latency mode
14. Windows only: ASIO control – buffer size & USB streaming mode

9. In the Box
●● Goliath – Thunderbolt TM and USB AD/DA Interface
●● Owner’s Manual
●● Warranty Card
●● 1 IEC Power cable
●● 1 USB cable

10. Troubleshooting
Start up and Sound:
● Are you running the latest control panel and firmware?
If not, please update your control panel and firmware.
● Are you correctly routing the audio signal via the routing panel?
For Thunderbolt TM or USB playback, route the Thunderbolt TM or USB-play channels
to the Line Out channels by dragging and dropping from the top section to the bottom.
● Have you set the correct sample rates matching your DAW with your computer’s
sound and the Goliath?
On Mac, first check that the sample rate is correct in the audio MIDI set up, then proceed to check
in the DAW before finally checking the Goliath sample rate.
For Windows, first check in play back devices, right click on the Goliath then click properties
before then moving to the advanced tab. Then repeat the above by checking the DAW’s sample
as well as the Goliath.
If you believe there is no sound being received to an input or delivered from an output:
● Check your source. Is there a signal being transmitted form the source?
● Is your source in the correct sample rate for the Goliath to receive?
● Check what clocking mode you are in. Are you receiving the clock signal from the source?
● Check that the relevant lock light on the control panel of the Goliath is lit up.
● Try a different cable and another source if available.
● Check the routing on the control panel. Have you routed the signal path correctly?
● If you have routed signals to the routing mixer, check their corresponding fader is up.
● Check the relevant peak meters of the control panel by selecting them in the drop down
menu to see if the relevant signal is being received or is being outputted.

● What buffer size is your DAW set to?
● If it is significantly low i.e. lower than 128 samples in your buffer size, try increasing it.
Try increasing the buffer size from the Goliath control panel (Windows Only)
● Have you checked the input and output routing is correct in your DAW?
● Is the Goliath device selected in the relevant sound card section of the DAW’s preferences?
If the Goliath doesn’t show up in you DAW, first try unplugging and plugging back the
Thunderbolt TM cable (or the USB cable), then restarting your Computer and finally re-install the
firmware, drivers and control panel for the Goliath.

11. Technical Specifications
Analog 16 x Line inputs on two D-SUB 25, +20 dBu max, 11.2 kOhms
16 x Mic / Line universal inputs on XLR combos on the rear
(first 4 are HiZ compatible)
4 x Instrument (HiZ) inputs on TRS ¼ jacks on front
Analog Inserts 2 x Inserts on TRS ¼ jacks (dedicated to rear universal inputs 1, 2)
Digital 2 x Fiber Optic MADI (up to 64CH each)
2 x ADAT (up to 16CH)
8 x AES/EBU I/O on 2 x D-SUB 25 (16 CH)
1 x S/PDIF
Word Clock 1 x Input @ 75 Ohms 3Vpp on BNC 32 – 192kHz
Atomic Clock 1 x 10M Input @ 75 Ohms 1Vpp on BNC
Analog 24 x Line outs on two D-SUB 25, +20dBu, 56 Ohms
2 x Main Monitor outs on TRS ¼ jacks
2 x Stereo Headphone outs on TRS
2 x ReAmp outs on TRS
Digital 2 x Fiber Optic MADI
2 x ADAT
8 x AES/EBU I/O on D-SUB 25 (16CHs)
1 x S/PDIF
Word Clock 2 x Outputs @ 75 Ohms 3Vpp on BNC 32 - 192kHz
USB I/O: 1 x USB 2.0 Hi-Speed; Data stream up to 480 Mbits/192kHz,
32 channels I/O, Type-B
ThunderboltTM 1 x ThunderboltTM, (64x64 channels I/O)
D/A Main Monitor Converter
Dynamic Range: 127 dB
THD + N: -108 dB
D/A Converter
Dynamic Range: 120 dB
THD + N: -107 dB
A/D Converter
Dynamic Range: 120 dB
THD + N: -110 dB
Mic Preamp
Gain: 0, 10 – 65 dB
THD + N: -108 dB
Clock Specs
Clocking System: 4th Generation Acoustically Focused Clocking
64-bit DDS
Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator
Clocking Stability: <+/-0.02 ppm, oven controlled at at 64.5ºC/ 148.1ºF
Clock Aging: < 1 ppm per year
Clock Calibration: <+/-0.001 ppm
Sample Rates (kHz): 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192
Operating temperature: 0-50ºC/32-122ºF
Weight: 6.8 kg/ 15 lbs approx.
Dimentions (approx.): Width: 483mm /19”
Height: 81mm / 3.2”
Depth: 279mm / 11”
Power Supply: AC Universal input ~95-245
Power Consumption: 40 Watts Max

12. Contacts

Having difficulties with the Discrete 8 or anything else Antelope? Get in touch with us by the following means:

European Direct Support Line
+44 1925933423
10:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (EET), Monday – Friday

USA Direct Support Line

+1 (916) 238-1643

7:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. (EST), Monday – Friday

Online (live chat and e-mail)
Antelope Audio Support Page