Little Labs Redcloud 8810U8ERS
Little Labs Introduces The New Redcloud 8810U8Ers at 125Th AES Convention.
Little Labs introduces the Redcloud 8810U8ERS balanced attenuator pack. Born out of necessity for recording engineer Don Smith, aka Redcloud (Rolling Stones, Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks), who liked lots of gain on his mic pre amps but needed a simple flexible way to attenuate the post mic pre signal.
We're told that the Redcloud 8810U8ERS is a solid and compact, 8 channel balanced attenuator pack utilizing the now universally popular dB25 connector (TASCAM type) in/out pin out. The flexible unit can be button selected for stereo or mono attenuation in groups of two. The Redcloud 8810U8ERS can be utilized as eight balanced mono attenuators or up to four balanced stereo attenuators or even externally wired as eight stereo unbalanced attenuators. The special attenuators used are a 5kΩ impedance, allowing devices to easily drive the attenuator but also able to drive relatively long cables without high frequency loss. The Redcloud 8810U8ERS can also be rack mounted, making it possible to have up to 32 channels of attenuation in a 1U rack space. Uses include, simple analog faders pre or post pro tools, volume controls for multiple speaker systems, or any job that needs a stereo or mono rotary attenuator.
The Little Labs Redcloud 8810U8ERS will be shipping November 1 2008 for a suggested retail price of $400.00.
For more information, visit their web site at www.littlelabs.com.
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