Review: Lynx Aurora(n) Interface – ProSoundNetwork.com

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By Russ Long. Anyone in need of a no-compromise interface that has a huge and growing selection of interface options should give the Aurora(n) top consideration, as it won’t disappoint.

The Aurora(n) is the latest offering from Lynx Studio Technology. As a longtime Aurora user (the Aurora 8 has been my primary converter since its release in 2006), I couldn’t wait to see what the next chapter of Lynx’s legacy would reveal.

One of the benefits of the original Aurora was its LSlot technology—a collection of cards that provided nearly every conceivable connectivity option, including ADAT, USB, FireWire, Thunderbolt, AES3, MADI, Dante and DigiLink. Beyond the sound quality, this was the primary reason the device wasn’t quickly outdated like so many other interfaces that came and went during the Aurora’s lifetime. For example, when Thunderbolt replaced FireWire, an Aurora user simply had to update the LSlot card to remain current.

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