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Published on 10/19/07 at 01:49
NAGRA VI SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Data Storage Medium 2.5 inch Internal Hard Drive, IDE
External Removable Data Storage Medium Compact Flash (hot swap)
Disk FAT 16/32
Card Compact Flash slot type single Type I & II
Recording Method PCM (digital linear)
A / D & D / A conversion 24-Bit Sigma-Delta
File Format 16 Bit 24 Broadcast Wave Format (WAV)
iXML, AES-31 compliant
Tracks 6 individual
Pre-record buffer up to 10 seconds at 48 kHz 24 bit is 6 tracks
Sampling Rate 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96 kHz (with pull up / down 0.1%)
Monophonic / Polyphonic Selectable
Recording Capacity 20 min. 6 channels for 48 kHz, 24 bit for 1 GB
Display 3.5 inch color high brightness display
INPUTS
Digital input 2 XLR connectors AES-3 (A & B shared
with the analog input connectors 5 + 6)
Analog, 4 Microphone / Line Inputs Symmetrical, 4 XLR connectors (transformers
for 2.8 mV / Pa Dynamic Range)
Including Vortex Filters LFA filtering
Analogue, 2 Line inputs 2 XLR connectors (5 & 6 shared with the
digital input connectors A & B)
Powering 48V Phantom Microphone
Microphone Input Sensitivity 2.8 mV / Pa, 10 mV / Pa
Limiters 4x on microphone inputs, individual gold by hand,
active at - 7.6 dBFS, max. + 40 dB for - 2 dBFS
Line Input Sensitivity From - 6 dBm up to +24 dBm for 0 dBFS
Recording
THD at 1 kHz <0.1% Mic, <0.01% Line (Measured AES out)
Frequency response Mic. 10 Hz to 24 kHz, 0.5 dB, 0.2 dB Line
(AES out)
Input noise condenser mic. 0.88 uV (- 119 dBm)
Noise dyn. Mic. 4 dB (Measured ASA 200 Ω loaded)
Signal-to-noise ratio of 114 dB line TBD
Total Dynamic Range xxx dB (Measured AES out TBD
Input Level Range 50 dB Mic - 6 + 24 dB Line
Slate Mono Microphone Electret one front panel
OUTPUTS
Digital output connector 1 XLR AES-3, 24-bit or 16-bit
dithered
Line Output 2 XLR connectors, max. 4.4 V (15 dBm)
2 Headphone Jack 6.3 mm stereo connectors, 50 Ω
(In accordance to all usual headphones)
Speakers 2 x 1W TBD
COMMON IN / OUT
USB Host USB 2.0 connector, type A
USB Device USB 2.0 connector, Type B
Time code 5 pin Lemo connector, full SMPTE / EBU
compatible
Word Clock 1 D-Sub 9 pin connector
Fader start 3.5 mm stereo jack
POWER SUPPLY
Batteries Battery pack Li-ion cells or dry
Consumption XX - XXX mA Pendant record on HDD (No.
display light) TBD
Battery Charger 5 hours for full load
External Power input 4 pole XLR connector, 9 to 16 V, minimum
XXX mA TBD
External power output (HF receivers) 2 Hirose connectors 12 V, 1 A Max
PHYSICAL
Dimensions L x W x H 294 x 320 x 75 mm (11.5 x 12 x 3
inches)
Weight 3 kg (6.6 lbs) without battery pack TBD

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