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With the Audiowerkstatt DIN-Restarter it is possible to start and stop a DIN-Sync-Slave without restarting the Master-Clock. - Fully synchronized, of course. Very handy if you want to jam with several drum computers, bassline synthesizers and the modular system. Compatible with DIN-Sync24 and DIN-Sync48! The DIN-Restarter V2 has all functions of the original Audiowerkstatt DIN-Restarter, but now comes in a powder-coated steel-enclouser and stores its settings.
The DIN-Restarter sends a start/stop command at the push of a button. - However not immediately, but synchronizes to the next clock start. DIN sync slaves can thus be (de)activated and reset comfortably. Two operating modes are available: DIN-Sync24 and DIN-Sync48.
When the DIN-Sync24 master clock connected to the DIN input is started, the LED starts flashing at quarter time intervals and the DIN-Sync24 device connected to the DIN output starts running.
The DIN-Restarter is activated by pressing the button. The LED is now inverted. At the beginning of the next clock pulse (only with 4/4 clock pulse) the LED goes out and the DIN-Sync24 device connected to the DIN-out stops.
Press the button again to reactivate the DIN-Restarter. The LED now lights up. At the beginning of the next bar (only at 4/4 bar) the LED starts flashing again in the quarter bar and the DIN-Sync24 device connected to the DIN-out starts to run in perfect synchronization.
By holding the button when switching on, the device is started in DIN-Sync48 mode. It behaves as described above, but DIN-Sync48 signals are output or received at the DIN input or DIN output instead of DIN-Sync24 signals. In this mode the LED flashes twice briefly, followed by a long pause and repeats this scheme again and again.