Antelope Orion 32 AD/DA
Demo unit available

A versatile multi-channel AD/DA converter and USB interface (MADI, ADAT)


Orion32 is a 32-channel A/D & D/A converter and audio master clock, supporting both MADI and USB interfaces, clocked by Antelope’s renowned 64-bit Acoustically Focused Clocking (AFC) technology.

Orion32 allows 192 kHz I/O streaming of 32-channel digital audio via USB, providing seamless connectivity to any USB-enabled DAW, computer or iPad. The converter also provides 32 channels of 96 kHz audio through its Fiber Optic MADI I/O connections, which can be used to connect with any suitably equipped MADI device.

Orion32 also supports ADAT protocol by offering 16 I/O channels, for even greater compatibility with a large number of audio devices. The multi-channel converter inputs and outputs pass the analog signal through 8 D-SUB 25 I/O connectors.

€ 2050,-
Price excl. VAT
excl. shipping


  • Antelope Audio precise AD/DA conversion technology
  • Up to 192 kHz on 32 channels I/O via custom-built USB chip
  • 32 channels I/O via Fiber Optic MADI I/O connections
  • Eight D-SUB 25 connectors for AD and DA
  • 16 channels on 4 ADAT input and output connectors
  • Extremely flexible routing and mixing options
  • Antelope’s renowned 64-bit Acoustically Focused Clocking with Atomic input
  • Antelope’s proprietary Oven Controlled Oscillator for supreme clocking stability
  • Four word clock outputs and one word clock input
  • Five presets for fast and easy recall of favorite setups
  • 1U rack size with power consumption of 20 Watts and very low heating levels
  • A user friendly desktop application available for both Windows and OS X


Hints & Tipps

When connected to a MADI-Card in your host computer you can do a full 48 I/O, using the internal 32 AD/DA’s of the Orion and additionally hooking further 16 I/O’s to the ADAT ports.

In such a setup the Orion will act both as a AD/DA converter as well as digital format converter – at the same time!

Btw, such format onverters (from MADI to ADAT) tend to cost roughly the same than the Orion … which first and formeost offers you 32 AD/DA’s.

Its quite amazing if you think about it.

dB says

There is no other Multi-Channel on the market today that sounds half as good as the Orion.


The various features it offers, such as MADI, ADAT, a brilliant clock, USB Interface, etc. – all these are amazing add ons.

If the Orion had none of these – it would still be a hell of a bargain.