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Sound Devices 633 6-Input Field Production Mixer/Recorder with Case Kit

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Sound Devices 633 6-Input Field Production Mixer/Recorder with Case Kit
Key Features
  • Sound Devices 633 Mixer/Recorder
  • 10-Track Recorder
  • 24-Bit/48 kHz Uncompressed WAV Files
  • Sound Devices CS-633 Production Case
The Sound Devices 633 6-Input Field Production Mixer/Recorder with Case Kit from B&H includes a compact, six-input mixer with integrated 10-track recorder featuring Power Safe technology, and a Sound Devices CS-633 production case with strap for use with the 633 mixer. It can be used for applications such as broadcast TV, ENG (Electronic New Gathering), sound design, videographers, or anywhere audio professionals requiring go-anywhere portability without compromising recording or mixing capability.
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The Sound Devices 633 6-Input Field Production Mixer/Recorder with Case Kit from B&H includes a compact, six-input mixer with integrated 10-track recorder featuring Power Safe technology, and a Sound Devices CS-633 production case with strap for use with the 633 mixer. It can be used for applications such as broadcast TV, ENG (Electronic New Gathering), sound design, videographers, or anywhere audio professionals requiring go-anywhere portability without compromising recording or mixing capability.

The 633 offers three mic/line inputs on XLR connectors and three additional line-level inputs on TA3 (mini-XLR) connectors, and all inputs are assignable to its six output busses, left/right plus Aux 1/2/3/4. In addition, all six inputs plus output busses left/right and Aux 1/2 can be recorded to individual tracks. The 633 features 10-track, 24-bit/ 48 kHz uncompressed WAV recording to SD and CompactFlash memory cards (not included), and the two cards can be set independently, recording either identical material or combinations of WAV and time code stamped MP3 files.

The B&H kit's CS-633 production case is built for Sound Devices by PortaBrace and includes a durable handle, a front pouch, a two-section rain cover, and it has a 6" cable sleeve on either side to keep your cables organized.

Sound Devices 633 Specs

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Can you record a podcast with this?

Can you record a podcast with this?
Asked by: Tien
This product has a built-in audio recorder and can record any Mic or line level audio signal you connect to it.
Answered by: Dan
Date published: 2019-01-17

This kit comes with the cables?

This kit comes with the cables?
Asked by: Carlos
Hi Carlos, I do not believe this kit comes with cables, although this kit is created by B&H as opposed to being assembled by Sound Devices. If you need any help with cable requirements or recommendations just let us know! [email protected]
Answered by: Sound Devices Specialist
Date published: 2019-01-05

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Lots of comments about going with a different bag/carrying case on this recorder instead of opting for the kit. Can anyone recommend one that's working well for them? Thanks!
Asked by: Brent F.
I'm using Patrol PS 607, light and firm.The main bag is a little bit tight for receivers, but the bag has two expandable pouches to house receivers or IFB.
Answered by: JIANXI Z.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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How do you use all ten tracks with only six inputs? Can you route a given mic input to more than one track, but at different levels (to implement dual recording to protect against clipping, which this unit doesn't appear to offer)?
Asked by: Gavin
Hi Gavin,with this Recorder you should be safe against any clipped recordings because the 633 provides excellent and fast limiters on all inputs. If you are not sure with it just route the isotrack you want to record to one of the mixtracks (L R aux1 aux2) and level it lower a bit than the isotrack. therefore the isotrack must be set to prefade to make this happen right.
Answered by: ROBERT K.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Is there a mix-in on the SD 633 (i.e. to connect a 442 or MixPre-D) for additional channels?
Asked by: Anonymous
There is not a mix-in on the 633 for additional input channels. However, you can always take a mix output from another device and use one of the available 633 inputs if necessary. Please see page 29 of the user guide here for additional details on inputs: <a href= http://cdn.sounddevices.com/download/guides/633ug_en.pdf target= _blank >http://cdn.sounddevices.com/download/guides/633ug_en.pdf</a>
Answered by: SD Tech Support Sound Devices Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

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In the In the Box section, it states this kit includes the 'XL-LB2 - 31 LEMO-5 to BNC I/O Cable', which is also shown in the picture. However, the Product Highlights and Overview do not mention that the kit includes the XL-LB2 - 31 LEMO-5 to BNC I/O Cable. So does this kit include or not include the XL-LB2 - 31 LEMO-5 to BNC I/O Cable?
Asked by: Charles
Hi Charles, The kit does in fact include the XL-LB2 Lemo 5-pin to BNC timecode cable. Here's a list of the full kit contents:633CS-633 Bag(3) XL-2F Ta3 to XLRF cables(2) XL-2 Ta3 to XLRM cablesXL-LB2 timecode cable(2) XL-B2 BatteriesRegarding media, since we now have Sound Devices branded media, the kit now includes 1 each 32GB SD and CF cards. (previously it included 16GB 3rd party media) I hope this helps! Let us know if you have any further questions.
Answered by: SD Tech Support Sound Devices Expert
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Whist is the act all dimensions of the 633?
Asked by: Anonymous
It's in the specs on the Sound Devices website. Why do I have to look it up for you? BTW it is great.Dimensions and Weight Dimensions: 6 cm x 24 cm x 14 cm (H x W x D); 2.2 x 9.4 x 5.6 Weight: 1.1 kg; 2 lbs. 9 oz. (unpackaged, without batteries)
Answered by: Jon D.
Date published: 2018-08-25

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Where would you set the recording level for the 633? I am used to setting the gain on the Zoom H4N and 5Dmkii to as low a level as possible to eliminate hiss from the noisy pre-amplifiers on those two recorders. Do you set the average peaks to -12db, -10db, or -6db on the Sound Devices 633?
Asked by: Anonymous
Yep. If you're consistently between -6 and 0db with peaks up to +8 you'll be fine. The limiters on the 633 are fantastic as well. Occasionally, I'll have a low talker who raises their voice rapidly, and the limiters have maintained a great audio signal despite the unexpected db change. The 633 has served me really well in the two years I've had it. Amazing capability and diversity of output distribution.
Answered by: Rob D.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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