Master Clock with 8 Selectable Sample Rates, Galvanic Transformer Isolation, AES Output, S/PDIF Optical and Coaxial Outputs, and Dedicated Output Drivers
A Compact, High-performance Master Clock from Black Lion
Almost a decade of research went into Black Lion Audio's Micro Clock MKIII. Featuring proprietary jitter-reduction and harmonics-enhancing technology, the Micro Clock MKIII delivers high-performance clocking in a compact, feature-rich half-rackspace chassis. A significant redesign of Black Lion's Micro Clock MKII, the MKIII includes technological refinements such as lower-jitter crystal oscillators, upgraded galvanic transformer isolation in the signal path, dedicated output drivers with improved isolation, more precise signal division, and significantly heavier noise filtration throughout the circuit.
More of what's good
These upgrades help the Micro Clock MKIII to deliver a more robust, lower-jitter clock signal than its predecessor, with even more ear-pleasing harmonics in the clock’s spectral band, which adds a sweetly musical quality to the conversion process. The feature set has been expanded to include an LED frequency display, six BNC outputs capable of up to 384kHz, AES and S/PDIF coax outputs capable of up to 192kHz, and a S/PDIF optical output capable of up to 96kHz. Removable rack ears are included. If you're in the market for high-performance clocking in a compact form factor, Millionhead has what you need: the Black Lion Audio Micro Clock MKIII.
About Black Lion
Founded in Chicago in 2006, Black Lion Audio has made their mark on the audio industry by hot rodding audio equipment and upgrading the sound quality of popular music production gear, elevating industry-standard products to new levels of sonic quality. Though they started off modding gear from other manufacturers, they've utilized their cumulative expertise to design their own line of boutique mic preamps and word clocks. BLA gear and modded gear can be found in studios from LA to New York to Nashville and heard on projects from artists like Maroon 5, Alison Krauss, Metallica, T-Pain, George Strait, MGMT, Beyonce, George Duke, Slayer, Erykah Badu, Rod Stewart, and more.