Sync-One2 v2 has been in development for a little while now and is ready to make it’s debut before going on sale in a few weeks time.
The original Sync-One2 has become a world wide reference tool for sync measurement, but over the years users have made requests for features and a number of custom versions have also been developed for special clients. We have brought all the items together into an updated version.
So what does the new version give me?
- Brighter OLED display, now blue rather than white.
- Greater sensitivity for light and audio combined with improved self calibration algorithms.
- 3.5mm audio input, so you can take the audio from a line/headphone output (switch over is automatic).
- Adjustable mask period for better performance in spaces with high reverberation times.
- Higher stability internal clock reference, the display still rounds to the nearest millisecond, but internally it is more accurate than before.
- Field firmware upgradeable for new features.
- Mini-USB port provides data logging out and an API interface for remote control, to automate system adjustments or to take the data to certify a systems sync at the end of a project. The port appears as a serial port to any PC or Mac and can also supply power.