Korg EXB-DI ADAT expansion card for Triton Rack

Brand New
$30 price drop
3 in stock
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Korg EXB-DI clone ADAT interface expansion board for Triton Rack, Triton Studio, Oasys.
Electrically identical to the original EXB-DI. You can see in one picture the Triton Rack correctly identifies the card installed.

This sale is for the clone card only. I have shown 2 pictures (both front/back) of the clone card and the original card side by side. You will receive the clone card only. The original EXB-DI shown in the picture is for reference.
Include ribbon cable and mounting screws.
New and hand assembled. Tested in my Triton Rack.

$19 via airmail to USA, Germany, France, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Poland, Japan, Asia.
Other countries $35 via DHL (no postal airmail due to the pandemic), or via EMS where available. 

Note on usage: You must set your ADAT receiver to 48khz and choose ADAT as clock source, if no BNC word-clock is supplied. Please refer to EXB-DI user manual for more information.

This item is sold As-Described

This item is sold As-Described and cannot be returned unless it arrives in a condition different from how it was described or photographed. Items must be returned in original, as-shipped condition with all original packaging.

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