Phoenix Audio debuts the Nicerizer Junior at AES
Phoenix Audio is attending the 135th AES Convention where the introduce the Junior version of their Nicerizer summing mixer.
The Nicerizer Junior is based on the Nicerizer 16 mk2 summing mixer and offers 16 inputs on D-Sub connectors and 4 XLR outputs, with a Class A discrete amplification and summing circuit.
Each input and output is equipped with its own Phoenix Audio buffered amp, the outputs also feature DSOP2 amps and custom transformers.
Each channel includes a pan control and a 8dB boost. The maximal output level is +26dB.
No information regarding the availability or the price of this new 19" 2U rack format summing mixer. Visit www.phoenixaudio.net for more details.
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