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  • rrolandrroland

    Good nice little machines

    TC Electronic BMC-2Published on 10/26/13 at 00:25
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I own for two or three years. I bought it for work at home out. Following marital conflicts, I am no longer working at home and TC used for TV ... it's a luxury, but good.
    The conversion is very honest, the machine seems solid, there are interesting touches (listening in M ​​or S), the volume control is very precise.
    For a home studio, this machine is already a luxury.
    The price is a little high compared to the competition, but at TC prices rise and fall incessantly must buy when they are low.
  • kalkan0kalkan0

    TC Electronic BMC-2Published on 11/12/09 at 04:35
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Hello,
    I just bought a converter BMC-2 TC Electronic for 299 € at my local hifi dealer https://www.blog-hifi.infine-audio.com/in-fine-audio-demenage/ . It was on his advice (I wanted to tweak my cd deck 723 and thus replace the internal converters) that I recommended this device dac,
    I must admit that I do not regret at all the board is a compact device designed for monitoring the source (it seems than in terms of musicality according to some forums many devices or other equivalent price worth more 5000 € 00! for my part I have found a significant improvement in the quality Audible generally: spatial, transparent, dynamic, and listening to the cd Cantate Domino Proprius label is......
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    Hello,
    I just bought a converter BMC-2 TC Electronic for 299 € at my local hifi dealer https://www.blog-hifi.infine-audio.com/in-fine-audio-demenage/ . It was on his advice (I wanted to tweak my cd deck 723 and thus replace the internal converters) that I recommended this device dac,
    I must admit that I do not regret at all the board is a compact device designed for monitoring the source (it seems than in terms of musicality according to some forums many devices or other equivalent price worth more 5000 € 00! for my part I have found a significant improvement in the quality Audible generally: spatial, transparent, dynamic, and listening to the cd Cantate Domino Proprius label is indicative of the quality of this device, a comparison with the analog output of my cd cambridge azur 540, gives me a deep, carnal aspect of a voice that until now was unknown to me, listening vraimment takes another dimension, it breathes! (listening on efficient system (my personal website http://kalkan0.free.fr/ : Onken 360 hp 416 8b, 2-inch compression flag Iwata jbl 2440, jbl tweeter and Fostex T925 or 2405, Hafler P4000 amplifier)
    In short a small universal device (optical digital input (Tos) or SPDIF outputs xlr xlr-rca condon therefore to be expected in some cases, a premium outlet for headphones (listening on headphones is a beating beyer 990 (ko in the first round) my poor little headphone amp dedicated dot 3 +) one wish: that tc electronic imagine such a DAC for analog output 5 channels dedicated home theater!
    Maurice
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  • Rec n' PlayRec n' Play

    Nice but a bit expensive ...

    TC Electronic BMC-2Published on 06/24/11 at 02:08
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    In recent months

    Not tried other models, j'utilisatis up Submitted a USB card to convert to an analog signal to my Genelec symtrique and as a volume knob also because of 1031A live without a computer physical volume button sucks! For both ears for the tweeters

    "I like the button that REF is used to calibrate the volume of acoute
    "I like the function Stro / Mono / Side that allows (among others) to evaluate the DGAT gnrs by MP3 compression by ex ...

    I did not like the fact that there is NO ANALOG between ... For a controller monitors is a pity, for a DAC converter is normal ...
    It is therefore primarily a DA converter with jitter correction ...

    I find the machine very......
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    In recent months

    Not tried other models, j'utilisatis up Submitted a USB card to convert to an analog signal to my Genelec symtrique and as a volume knob also because of 1031A live without a computer physical volume button sucks! For both ears for the tweeters

    "I like the button that REF is used to calibrate the volume of acoute
    "I like the function Stro / Mono / Side that allows (among others) to evaluate the DGAT gnrs by MP3 compression by ex ...

    I did not like the fact that there is NO ANALOG between ... For a controller monitors is a pity, for a DAC converter is normal ...
    It is therefore primarily a DA converter with jitter correction ...

    I find the machine very practical but its price seems a bit overdone.
    I would do the same choice as the price remains affordable compared Converto a real high-end ...
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  • Bernard AncèzeBernard Ancèze

    the "pro" at an affordable price.

    TC Electronic BMC-2Published on 04/11/10 at 06:34
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    I've had 15 days.
    Value for money = excellent

    Connect Pro and completely.
    Implementation and easy handling.
    Listen headphone and independent level (analog potentiometer).
    The potentiometer output XLR is digital. Ie in the final stage of the D / A conversion It is rather to be regarded as an attenuator.

    Very handy as controller monotoring. We can calibrate its disposal to lock on its own reference. it allows over, and mix, always have the same level of play and not be deceived by monitoring volume changes in involuntary and uncontrollable especially.

    Listening, I can objectively compare with the Converto the Boss BR series. It is much better. At all points of view, crosstalk,......
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    I've had 15 days.
    Value for money = excellent

    Connect Pro and completely.
    Implementation and easy handling.
    Listen headphone and independent level (analog potentiometer).
    The potentiometer output XLR is digital. Ie in the final stage of the D / A conversion It is rather to be regarded as an attenuator.

    Very handy as controller monotoring. We can calibrate its disposal to lock on its own reference. it allows over, and mix, always have the same level of play and not be deceived by monitoring volume changes in involuntary and uncontrollable especially.

    Listening, I can objectively compare with the Converto the Boss BR series. It is much better. At all points of view, crosstalk, bandwidth balancing, dynamic definition. Nothing to do with either the converters of CD that I ever had, and I've had since the first Sony CDP 701.
    It is a tool of analysis, critical listening and fine enough. I notice many defects in my old work and I have a much easier and fun with this controller / converter. I hear very quickly and with better discermenent what I do, my mistakes and corrections. It's pretty sharp.
    I put 10/10 mainly because of price / quality ratio.
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