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walsch-it walsch-it

«  perfect. »

Publié le 09/26/12 à 02:32
As I describe in the news: * multitrack recorder analog tape two inches (2 ") *
Heads (headstacks) read / write are several format: 24 tracks / 16 tracks / 8 tracks (JRF) and soon even 4 tracks, 2 "(yes).
Unwinding speed: 76.2 cm / s, 38.1 cm / s, 19.05 cm / s.
XLR inputs with transformer, XLR outputs without transformer, maximum input +24 dBu, +24 dBu max output, Dolby SR.
SMPTE sync, and remote control.
I used 15 days and before that I worked on many of them: APR24 SONY OTARI MTR90, 3M M79 and STUDER A820. Most is that it is very very true this unit, with low / mid down as hard as mild acute and never aggressive.
Price / quality ratio .. It is very expensive, it sounds great.
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