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Mindprint AN/DI Pro 24-96Published on 01/17/06 at 05:48
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Preamp and stereo analog-numrique 24 bits / 96 kHz.
2 x XLR microphone between 1 or 2 x 1 line jack.
4 knobs for gain matching.

Output: SPDIF or AES / EBU

Wordclock

Rack 19 "1U

The connection is good trs, and when you turn the knobs or when frquence Sets the Sample Rate, we feel the quality of the hardware, did not plastok.

OVERALL OPINION

TRS is a good machine, the quality is at the appointment.
Bcp gain without pushing the knobs.
Zero breath, even with microphones Stagg! This is the major advantage of this pramp!
The sound is transparent and trs trs dynamics are good. I used to BMD of a group of mtal and results on overheads, the guitar distortion and bass are......
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Preamp and stereo analog-numrique 24 bits / 96 kHz.
2 x XLR microphone between 1 or 2 x 1 line jack.
4 knobs for gain matching.

Output: SPDIF or AES / EBU

Wordclock

Rack 19 "1U

The connection is good trs, and when you turn the knobs or when frquence Sets the Sample Rate, we feel the quality of the hardware, did not plastok.

OVERALL OPINION

TRS is a good machine, the quality is at the appointment.
Bcp gain without pushing the knobs.
Zero breath, even with microphones Stagg! This is the major advantage of this pramp!
The sound is transparent and trs trs dynamics are good. I used to BMD of a group of mtal and results on overheads, the guitar distortion and bass are really poustouflants for the price. I am glad trs.

Operation is ultra-simple, you can plug it directly on the SPDIF input on your sound card or a multitrack recorder numrique (as I do with an Akai DR8 or MOTU 2408).
Its only got my default: the sound lacks a bit of personality and if you record your voice or an acoustic guitar, using a tube microphone can be welcome. Similarly, putting him behind a compressor to optimize its perfs.

Tration dynamics of the converters is 116 db.
D'APRS I can tell, converters are good, especially for the home studio (it is the same as the DI-MOD MODEL 24/96, or clip-drrire the Envoice DTC).

In addition to a, it is pretty to look trs, though quite simple. LEDs are the most beautiful effect. It is not bulky (1U).

If you are looking for two good pramplis, neutral, which do not color the signal with an output numrique, go for it! With exprience, I would do without this choice hsiter.
Remember: the quality of pramps and dynamics of convertos.
The report qualitprix is ​​amazing! IDAL is the tool to do everything (well) for the home studio of quality.
This machine sounds much better than the Blue Tube pramps type, or ART Behringer, dj is several levels above.

Updating of 26/02/2005: I bought a Mindprint DTC and I used the AN / DI PRO for conversion. I plug the output "unbalanced monitor" of DTC to insert "return" of the AN / DI. Super practice again!
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  • Manufacturer: Mindprint
  • Model: AN/DI Pro 24-96
  • Category: Analog/Digital Converters
  • Added in our database on: 09/28/2002

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Other names: an di pro 24 96, andipro2496, an di pro24 96, andipro24 96, an/di pro 24 96, an/dipro2496, an/di pro24 96, an/dipro24 96

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