Sonorus, Inc.
Press Release


Sonorus to Distribute Swissonic Products in North America


Release date: March 15, 2000

Editorial Contact: Mark Clayton <mark.clayton@sonorus.com>

New York, NY - Sonorus, Inc. announces that they will be distributing the entire Swissonic product line in North America. Prior to this agreement, Swissonic manufactured the AD/24 and DA/24 converter boxes sold under the Sonorus brand name. Now, the entire Swissonic product line will be available through Sonorus in North America. The expanded product line includes the AD96 and DA96 24 bit/96 kHz sample rate converters, the AD8 universal preamp/converter, and the new USB Studio and USB Studio D.

"We are pleased to have Sonorus distribute Swissonic audio products in North America. Now Sonorus can expand its product line beyond the AD24 and DA24 converters and support 96kHz USB, and more." stated Swissonic America President Martin Ucik. Daniel Feusi, General Manager of Swissonic AG adds "we are very happy about the distribution arrangement between Sonorus and Swissonic America. It will allow us to build upon our good relationship with Sonorus and expand the market presence of Swissonic in the US.

Says Sonorus, Inc. co-founder and President Mark Clayton "We chose Swissonic because their high-quality and good-sounding converters are the perfect match for STUDI/O users requiring multichannel analog I/O without compromises."

The current Swissonic product line includes:

  • AD24: 8 channel, 24 bit, 48 kHz analog to ADAT optical converter - 1/2 rack space
  • DA24: 8 channel, 24 bit, 48 kHz ADAT optical to analog converter - 1/2 rack space
  • AD96: 4 channel, 24 bit, 96 kHz analog to ADAT optical converter - 1/2 rack space.
  • DA96: 4 channel, 24 bit, 96 kHz ADAT optical to analog converter - 1/2 rack space.
  • AD8: 8 channel, 24 bit, 96 kHz analog to ADAT optical converter with mic pre's - 1U rack mount; optional interface modules.
  • USB Studio and USB Studio D: 8 channel stereo mixer with USB PC/Mac interface - 1U rack mount. USB Studio D also included S/PDIF I/O.

More information about Sonorus, Inc. is available on the Web at http://www.sonorus.com or via email at info@sonorus.com.

More information about Swissonic AG products is available on the Web at http://www.swissonic.com or via email at info@swissonic.com.

STUDI/O is a trademark of Sonorus, Inc.


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