GINA, manufactured by Event Electronics, is a PCI-based Soundcard/Interface that features two analogue inputs and eight independent analogue outputs, all on standard quarter-inch jack sockets, as well as an S/PDIF digital input and output. The PCI-based system works with both PC and Mac.
The drivers allow full-duplex operation, so you can simultaneously record on four channels (two analogue, two digital) whilst playing back on all 10 outputs (eight analogue plus two digital).
This item is New Old Stock / New In Box; it was the demo floor model in our showroom. As such, the box is open and it cannot be sold as “new,” though it comes in the original packaging with all manufacturer-supplied accessories and documents intact and included.
Note that despite the relative age of the product (in a marketplace where anything digital has a half-life of about 32 samples) - while many newer products tout specs far superior on paper (up to 32-bit, 196kHz recording, for example) - most of the perceived "quality" of a digital recording is largely found in the codecs, or A-D and D-A converters.
This product still (subjectively) sounds quite a bit better than many newer products... primarily due to the quality of the converters. (This is often the case with some of the "classic" mid- late-90s to early 2000s products... while many manufacturers fought over "marketing bits" - in practical application, the Burr-Brown 20-bit converters were far superior to many 24-bit models of lesser ilk. As in many audio products - the proof is in the way the product sounds - rather than the number of zeros on which side of the decimal place. The voice of [much] experience here.)
A/D and D/A Converters: 20-bit, 128x oversampling
Frequency Response: 10Hz - 22kHz (±0.5dB at 48kHz sample rate).
(All normal sample rates between 11kHz and 48kHz are supported. )
THD (Total Harmonic Distortion): 0.003%, 20Hz - 22kHz, A-weighted;
Signal/Noise Ratio: 95dB (A-weighted),