Antelope Goliath HD | Gen 3

Thunderbolt ™, USB and MADI Audio Interface + integrated hardware-based FPGA effects

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Antelope Goliath HD | Gen 3

64 channels of audio now via HDX & USB 3.0

Goliath HD is a 64-Channel interface that can be used with Pro Tools HD or Native DAWs via second generation ThunderboltTM, USB 3.0 or via 2 MADI connections, which are compatible with MADI to Dante Bridge products. Coming with extensive I/O options, featuring 16 Accusonic mic preamps with individual volume controls, 32 analog ins with 124dB of Dynamic Range, 32 analog outs with 129dB of Dynamic Range, plus mastering grade monitor outputs, featuring new technology that boosts dynamic range to a spectacular 132dB. Goliath HD comes with 8 instrument inputs, 2 transformer re-amp outs, integrated Talkback mic, 2 headphone outs and a pair of analog inserts. And if this wasn’t enough, the descendant of the mighty Goliath offers also AES, MADI, ADAT and S/PDIF connectivity.


16 Class-A Mic preamps. Hi-Z, Mic & Line ins with DMR of 124 dB


Simultaneous streaming of 24-bit, 192 kHz audio via HDX or USB 3.0 and MADI (to Dante Bridge), ADAT, S/PDIF and DB25


Latest generation of ESS powered audiophile grade conversion, paired with Antelope’s 64-bit Acoustically Focused Clocking technology with BNC Word Clock I/O plus the Antelope Audio 10M Atomic Input


Proprietary FPGA for authentic modeling of vintage EQs, Compressors, Guitar Amps & Cabs; maintaining multiple mixers and zero latency real-time FX processing


Goliath HD offers high-end monitor outputs, with dynamic range boosted to 132dB


Touchscreen, enhanced front panel, user friendly routing, mixing and real-time effects processing via OS X & Windows compatible panel and mobile apps

Explore a growing library of legendary studio gear when tracking, mixing and mastering

FPGA offers a whole new level of real time performance and sonic excellence. The platform is taking advantage of real hardware circuitry and component modeling, allowing engineers to track a vocalist with a zero latency headphone mix, including reverb; record a guitar part with proper feel & tone, using onboard amp and cabinet FX. Capturing a full drum kit is also brought to another level with up to 16 mics using the industry’s best new Microphone and Mic Preamp technology, all in realtime.

Revolutionize your Pro Tools HD workflow

With Antelope’s proprietary HDX Delay Compensation, any analog or digital input can arrive in Pro Tools HD sample accurately in the timeline. No other interface on the market offer this level of perfect integration for digital sources to Pro Tools HD software. The Antelope Audio Real-time FX, zero latency independent software mixers and routing matrix with two alternative views are the perfect compliment to Pro Tools HD studios, which have come to expect maximum power at their disposal. Goliath HD, however, is compatible with any DAW on the market making the device the heart and soul of the highest tier audio facilities around the world. Our newly introduced full Session Presets are the perfect match for the complex and large-scale setups and projects Goliath HD was designed to handle.

Work on complex projects and multiple DAWs with Goliath HD

By offering both HD and USB 3.0 modes, engineers can now accommodate producers and their laptop projects and integrate them into their existing HD setups by easily switching between HD and our low latency Thunderbolt™ Gen2 and new USB 3.0 modes. Goliath HD guarantees quiet operation even in the most demanding control rooms. Don’t be surprised if soon expensive machine rooms become a thing of the past.
ANALOG Analog Inputs • 2 × DB25 (16 channels total) • 16 × Mic / Line on XLR combos • 4 × Hi-Z 1/4″” TRS Analog Inserts 2 × Inserts on 1/4″ TRS (dedicated for inputs 1, 2) Analog Outputs • 4 × DB25 (32 channels total) • 1 × Stereo pair of Monitor outs on 1/4″” TRS • 2 × Stereo Headphone outs on 1/4″” TRS • 2 × ReAmp outs on 1/4” TRS D/A Monitor Converter Dynamic Range: 132dB THD + N: -108dB A/D Converter Dynamic Range: 124 dB THD + N: -112 dB D/A Converters Dynamic Range: 129 dB THD + N: -120 dB Mic Preamp Gain: 0,10 – 65 dB THD + N: -112 dB DIGITAL Digital Inputs • 2 × ADAT (up to 16 channels) • 1 × S/PDIF • 1 × AES/EBU (8 channels) • 2 × MADI Digital Outputs • 2 × ADAT (up to 16 channels) • 1 × S/PDIF • 1 × AES/EBU • 2 x MADI USB I/O USB 3.0 Super-Speed, Type B connector Thunderbolt™ I/O 1 x Thunderbolt™ Gen2 HDX 2 x mini HDX connectors for direct Pro Tools connection, 32 Channels I/O each (total of 64 channels) CLOCKING Word Clock Input 1 x Input @ 75 Ohms 3Vpp on BNC Atomic Clock Input 1 x 10M Input @ 75 Ohms 1Vpp on BNC Word Clock Outputs 2 x Outputs @ 75 Ohms 3Vpp on BNC Clocking System • 4th Generation Acoustically Focused Clocking • 64-bit DDS • Oven Controlled Crystal Oscillator Clock Stability <+/-0.02 ppm, oven controlled at 64.5ºC/ 148.1ºF Clock Aging < 1 ppm per year Clock Calibration < +/-0.001 ppm Sample Rates (kHz) 32, 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, 192 OTHER Operating Temperature 0-50°C, 32-122°F Weight 6.8 kg/ 15 lbs (approx ) Dimensions (approx) • Width: 483 mm / 19” • Height: 81 mm / 3.2” • Depth: 279 mm / 11” Electrical specs AC Universal input: ~95-245 V Power Consumption: 50 Watts Max In the box • Goliath – ThunderboltTM and USB AD/DA Interface • Owner’s Manual • Warranty Card • 1 AEC Power cable • 1 USB cable System requirements WINDOWS OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10 Disk Space: Minimum 512 MB available disk space USB: 1x USB 3.0 Port Required USB bandwidth: 80%-90% CPU: Intel or AMD equivalent CPU with at least 2GHz operating frequency Memory (RAM): 4GB Minimum (8GB or more Recommended) MAC OS X: 10.9/10.10/10.11/10.12 (Sierra Recommended) Disk Space: Minimum 512 MB available disk space USB: 1x USB 3.0 Port Thunderbolt: 1x Thunderbolt/USB-C Port Memory(RAM): 4GB Minimum (8GB or more recommended) CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo (Minimum) Intel Core i3 ™ or higher (Recommended)




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