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Sound Devices introduces the latest generation of portable mixers and recorders, the 688 with 12 input mixer and 16 track recorder.

Features:

  • 12 analog inputs: Six mic/line preamps plus six line inputs all with front-panel faders & PFLs.
  • 16-track recording to SD & CompactFlash cards; Timecode-stamped WAV & MP3 files
  • MixAssist 12-input auto-mixer.
  • Optional Accessories: SL-6 power distribution & 6-ch SuperSlot™ wireless receiver system; CL-6 input controller with LED metering & transport controls.
  • Both SL-6 and CL-6 can be connected to the 688 at the same time. SL-6 to top panel, CL-6 to bottom panel.
  • Eight output buses: L/R mix plus Aux 1–6; transformer-balanced XLR & Hirose outs for freedom from ground loops Two AES42/AES3 inputs, eight AES3 outputs.
  • Direct menu control of SuperSlot-compatible wireless (with SL-6).
  • PowerSafe protects files from power loss.
  • 2-second power on-to-recording.
  • Flexible digital mixing and routing.
  • Supports all sample rates up to 192kHz.
  • Adjustable input & output delay.
  • Three camera returns & dedicated COM return.
  • Internal & external slate mic inputs.
  • Ambient TC generator and reader and internal TC backup battery.
  • Easy to navigate interface, 1000-nit LCD visible in all light conditions, configurable metering.
  • USB Keyboard for metadata entry.
  • User-configurable headphone presets.
  • Light-weight, durable carbon-fiber chassis.
  • Powered by AA-battery (x5), external DC or NP1 via SL-6.

Full details of the 688 are online at www.sounddevices.com.

 

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