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KucukmelekKucukmelek

Fostex MR-8 MkIIPublished on 05/17/07 at 02:49
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The Fostex MR8 MK II

Very simple, this small multi-plugs quietly is still very small! for the home studio, impeccable

The connection is analog, you have actually two tracks that can register simultaneously.

Inputs are XLR or Jack. on the first of two tracks, you have three choices:
- Guitar input (with an amp simulator adjustable 3 position)
- A line-identical to the second track
- Mic-line position, which uses the built-in microphone to fostex, again with 3 Effects Simulation for micro)

You have more, for each track, four different effects (room, hall, flat delay) adjustable, you can control the dose at knob, effect send on each track
The accuracy of sampling is to...…
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The Fostex MR8 MK II

Very simple, this small multi-plugs quietly is still very small! for the home studio, impeccable

The connection is analog, you have actually two tracks that can register simultaneously.

Inputs are XLR or Jack. on the first of two tracks, you have three choices:
- Guitar input (with an amp simulator adjustable 3 position)
- A line-identical to the second track
- Mic-line position, which uses the built-in microphone to fostex, again with 3 Effects Simulation for micro)

You have more, for each track, four different effects (room, hall, flat delay) adjustable, you can control the dose at knob, effect send on each track
The accuracy of sampling is to 44Khz

The support is a compact flash card type

You can connect a footswitch

The machine has a MIDI Out

But above all, two USB connecting your PC and fostex

the fostex makes your point in Wawe FILES, thus after the operation carried out very quickly burn your CDs! Cool

UTILIZATION

This is the fostex!
A quick read of the manual is very well done lets you record your first track very quickly!

The functions are really accessible and clear!

SOUNDS

The general dynamic is very good to excellent reading on your compact flash, or that it degrades when you turn Wawe you file for your PC. You really do not lose quality, but sound power. CDs are engraved and very low volume ... I have not found a solution ..

OVERALL OPINION

5 months here I use the Fostex MR8 Mk II

What I like: size, ease of maintenance, ease of use, sound quality ... (It is coupled to 2 Tannoy Reveal active, the sound is perfect !!!!! No Breath)

All the little features and more (to read the master with three choices poxerful effects, natural, bright)

But is mainly the ability to transmit directly to your PC and recorded the songs, which converts them Wawe Point: What happiness!!

The four recordable tracks (two simultaneously), which can then be transplanted on tracks 5 / 6, which gives you another 4 new tracks recorded!
So what makes a total of 8 tracks, and finally with a touch of the button 1-6 to 7 / 8 gives you eight tracks mixed quality that you can burn it quickly to your PC!

I use before the antediluvian TASCAM has 464 K7 ....

The value for money is awesome!

Of course, I do it again this election! I will say though that the model with internal hard drive should know better made when burning CDs ...

Even for Live taken by repeating, 2 micro enough to have a quality recording ...

And when must I go through my mixer ....

To buy the closed eyes for those who want quality cheap ... € 200 is impeccable!
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ArchimusArchimus

Fostex MR-8 MkIIPublished on 05/26/07 at 01:28
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
See manufacturer's documentation.
The manual is now available in French on the site Sennheiser France.

UTILIZATION

Simple to use
SanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash 2GB (no probme for 8 tracks)
Footswitch essential Punchin / out.
Used only for making the multi-behind mixer (see profile).
Sync seamlessly with Boss DR880.
Wav file transfer from the CF card reader on the computer and mixing it (I do not use the USB Connextion)

SOUNDS

Excellent dynamics.
The A / D and D / A are transparent.
Effects of little interest.

OVERALL OPINION

Three months of use.
Simplicity of use.
No fan noise or hard drive (unlike the MR-8 HD)
I no longer use the squenceur of the...…
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See manufacturer's documentation.
The manual is now available in French on the site Sennheiser France.

UTILIZATION

Simple to use
SanDisk Ultra II CompactFlash 2GB (no probme for 8 tracks)
Footswitch essential Punchin / out.
Used only for making the multi-behind mixer (see profile).
Sync seamlessly with Boss DR880.
Wav file transfer from the CF card reader on the computer and mixing it (I do not use the USB Connextion)

SOUNDS

Excellent dynamics.
The A / D and D / A are transparent.
Effects of little interest.

OVERALL OPINION

Three months of use.
Simplicity of use.
No fan noise or hard drive (unlike the MR-8 HD)
I no longer use the squenceur of the computer for mixing.
Good qualitprix.
Right for me I do it again this choice.
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tytomtytom

Fostex MR-8 MkIIPublished on 07/23/07 at 13:30
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CHARACTERISTICS
see posts before, there's nothing to say it's super easy to use, has hardly necessary to read the manual

UTILIZATION

Low see above

SOUNDS

I n'suis not sound professional, but it does carrment! (Well for the price)
I would not put one in 3000 so I took a multitrack Fostex
and I'm not at all dcu!
the only complaint I would have is that there is no equalizer ... lack the ca!
p'tite a table front and mix it rgl

OVERALL OPINION

18/20 for what I expected ... I just wanted to replace the sound card in my PC that has too too much lag! So for a ministudiste like me does carrment ca! and less than 300 are frankly not ahsiter!
For those who want to cost...…
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CHARACTERISTICS
see posts before, there's nothing to say it's super easy to use, has hardly necessary to read the manual

UTILIZATION

Low see above

SOUNDS

I n'suis not sound professional, but it does carrment! (Well for the price)
I would not put one in 3000 so I took a multitrack Fostex
and I'm not at all dcu!
the only complaint I would have is that there is no equalizer ... lack the ca!
p'tite a table front and mix it rgl

OVERALL OPINION

18/20 for what I expected ... I just wanted to replace the sound card in my PC that has too too much lag! So for a ministudiste like me does carrment ca! and less than 300 are frankly not ahsiter!
For those who want to cost whatever it gives:
http://www.bzh-metal.com/harcelelutin
the song "Cover Silverchair - Suicidal Dream" was recorded with the t-MR8 MKII, direct, no passage of APRS pc recording: an SM58 for vocals, the guitar: a p'tite takamine Plugge electro live on the fostex, bass like live on Fostex!

I put 8 / 10 qualiseur 'Cause no, especially because now I have a taste p'tit mutlipiste like that, bah I wish I had the best of the best ....
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mathologiemathologie

Fostex MR-8 MkIIPublished on 03/07/09 at 10:02
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I suppose you know any which patterns General

too bad there is no outlet insert to put a limiter.

UTILIZATION

Using very simple except for fast forward and rewind and no rear jog shuttle before: very shame, not practical and very tiring the shot. Nothing to do with an old 4-track cassette or edireur pro.

SOUNDS

Converters and transparent preamp lot except with a true condenser microphone or absence of low-cut (and limiting) is a very important obstacle. Also slight lack of sensitivity but lightweight.

OVERALL OPINION

I have two years.
easy to use notepad with internal microphone.
report quality discount.
Nevertheless I prefer an old cassette sound but we live in the...…
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I suppose you know any which patterns General

too bad there is no outlet insert to put a limiter.

UTILIZATION

Using very simple except for fast forward and rewind and no rear jog shuttle before: very shame, not practical and very tiring the shot. Nothing to do with an old 4-track cassette or edireur pro.

SOUNDS

Converters and transparent preamp lot except with a true condenser microphone or absence of low-cut (and limiting) is a very important obstacle. Also slight lack of sensitivity but lightweight.

OVERALL OPINION

I have two years.
easy to use notepad with internal microphone.
report quality discount.
Nevertheless I prefer an old cassette sound but we live in the digital age eventuellemnet spend your mixes on an old cassette to heat.
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  • Manufacturer: Fostex
  • Model: MR-8 MkII
  • Category: Digital Multrack-studios
  • Added in our database on: 08/28/2008

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