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  • Ramsa WR-DA7Published on 09/30/05 at 15:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Console numrique non rack, 32 channel, 8 bus, 6 auxiliary

    XLR connectors for inputs 1 8 (with power supply. phantom), the LINE jack for September 16
    inserts on channels 16 January
    4-band equalizer paramtrique on each channel, bus and return to
    no effect section intgre, but compresseur.expandeur on each channel, high qualitbr />
    the DA7 (not to be confused with the DA7 mkII!) works in 24 bits and 48kHz
    it is automated and has a soft on same pc (RamsaMax) for this purpose.
    to sync, there's a choice between internal external word clock, ADAT

    I have connected 3 ADAT cards, connected to a 2408 real 24 track mixer

    UTILIZATION

    A-ing sound can immediately work on it,......
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    Console numrique non rack, 32 channel, 8 bus, 6 auxiliary

    XLR connectors for inputs 1 8 (with power supply. phantom), the LINE jack for September 16
    inserts on channels 16 January
    4-band equalizer paramtrique on each channel, bus and return to
    no effect section intgre, but compresseur.expandeur on each channel, high qualitbr />
    the DA7 (not to be confused with the DA7 mkII!) works in 24 bits and 48kHz
    it is automated and has a soft on same pc (RamsaMax) for this purpose.
    to sync, there's a choice between internal external word clock, ADAT

    I have connected 3 ADAT cards, connected to a 2408 real 24 track mixer

    UTILIZATION

    A-ing sound can immediately work on it, without connatre
    no problem reaching its goal of ergonomics is very well thought

    the manual is in French, which is a good rev, for against, it does not show any sense pdagogique; with Rams, he had Whereas the purchaser of the Console knew his job

    SOUNDS

    -Converters are good performance, much better than the 02R, direct competitor
    Compressors and EQ are not for the dcoration, these are real tools, effective and prcieux: compression is nervous prcise, perfect for any percussion for example, the small default EQ: freq selection is made by a little too moves away from each other I got

    OVERALL OPINION

    I used trs intensment 5 years.
    She has a tendency to fear the heat if it gets too hot, it crashes! and all the EPROM containing the rglages such as automation, for example, disappears. Rgulire backup (via a port SERIES) required ventilator and advice during hot weather and intense activity!

    qualitprix the report is unbeatable, I remake that choice without hsiter
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  • Ramsa WR-DA7Published on 04/28/06 at 03:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    To complete the view of Peaveycroquette:
    3 port option, with a choice of port by eight analog I / O, ADAT, TDIF or AES / EBU.
    1 e / s in magneto AES / EBU or SPDIF + 1 e / s in magneto jack
    1 MIDI I / O
    2 channels of monitoring
    BNC word clock in
    Optional Meter Bridge
    Automation in DA7 internally or via MIDI

    With options, the table can accommodate 40 e / s (16 + 24), but you can not mix 'only' 32 channels simultaneously.
    I use it with 3 ADAT cards and a 2408: 24 e / s in decision, 24 in the mix.

    -1 Because the table does 'that' up to 48khz - it does not bother me, I work in 24 bits / 44.1 (Council of the mastering engineer)

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration 'basic' very......
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    To complete the view of Peaveycroquette:
    3 port option, with a choice of port by eight analog I / O, ADAT, TDIF or AES / EBU.
    1 e / s in magneto AES / EBU or SPDIF + 1 e / s in magneto jack
    1 MIDI I / O
    2 channels of monitoring
    BNC word clock in
    Optional Meter Bridge
    Automation in DA7 internally or via MIDI

    With options, the table can accommodate 40 e / s (16 + 24), but you can not mix 'only' 32 channels simultaneously.
    I use it with 3 ADAT cards and a 2408: 24 e / s in decision, 24 in the mix.

    -1 Because the table does 'that' up to 48khz - it does not bother me, I work in 24 bits / 44.1 (Council of the mastering engineer)

    UTILIZATION

    Configuration 'basic' very well thought everything was quickly on hand (eq, dynamic routing), without going through 50 menus, the LCD is large, the effective screen, the meter bridge class.

    Documentation in French, but so little embarrassingly explicit when one seeks information to further functions (routing of digital I / O, noon, automation ..)... Forum or AF www.da7.com ( http://www.da7.com ) indispensable.

    -1 For the manual

    SOUNDS

    DA7 before, I had a 01V and had the opportunity to use a 03D, 02R and a DM24.
    The DA7 is really one that I seemed to have the best sound: the channel preamp / converter is super clean: no breath, but not of 'narrowing of the' ... and preamps that can really send.
    The eq and dynamics are super efficient and music, and made me drop the plug-in.

    No other effects - given the quality of onboard effects generally on digital consoles, I pass.
    Against aids by 6 (4 analog, 2 spdif: connected with a PC, you have a multi-effects 'plugin' ... great!).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use this table for 2 years, and that it make me give up the mix in Virtual I gained in ergonomics and sound.
    This is a table rather intended to use studio: it is too cumbersome for the live and has no onboard multi-effects.
    on the other hand, for my home studio (electro productions), with no need or want to mix in more than 48 Khz, I found my ideal: paying 1800 euros with all options (meterbridge + 3 adat cards) to 24 tracks in the mix 24/44.1, with a real sound, ergonomics, routing, automation ...

    Only problem: it is no longer produced, so the options seem more difficult to find (ebay), and maintenance is no longer assured ...
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