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Mackie Onyx 800R
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Mackie Onyx 800R

Solid-State Pre-amp from Mackie belonging to the Onyx series.

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U-FLYstudio U-FLYstudio
Published on 10/05/06 at 11:06
8 channels of mic pre amps, with the MS decoder adapters 2 first entry and choice of four impdances diffrent, two DI inputs and tools, built-in converters up, in 24/192 AES EBU and SPDIF via Sub D25 in ADAT with BNC for word clock, there are also two other sub D25 to 8 I / O analog
48V power supply, phase and high pass channel and a line selector and three LEDs indicating the level between the floor of the channel.

UTILIZATION

Simple!

SOUND QUALITY

I find it good, sound rich enough, a report siganl / noise rarely achieved this award
against by the level conversion APRS output is often as super low, forcing the board in between station console or a digital trim.

OVERALL OPINION

8 channels P48V, Phase, High-pass
Conversion ADDA 24/192
MS decoder adapters
DI function
Line IN sym
Line OUT sym
BNC Sync
etc. .....

it is inconvenu want to compare it with a mono amp pr 5000 euros, 1000 euros but for the 8-channel converters 24/192 integr trs is well !!!!!!
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