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Posted 11/15/17
Watch B&H’s Rob Rives as he walks you through using the Sound Devices MixPre 10-T, a multi-channel audio recorder and USB interface. As you hear the dulcet tones of his voice through the unit’s Kashmir mic preamps, Rives will expound on the device’s channel count, I/O combinations, Timecode capabilities, 32-bit A/D conversion, control methodologies, and more. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 07/04/17
Join B&H’s Rob Rives as he discusses Sound Device’s Mix Pre-3 and Mix Pre-6 audio recorders, in depth. First you’ll hear the Mix Pre-6’s Kashmir mic preamps in action as they pick up the dulcet tones of Rives’s voice. Then, he covers the units extensively, giving you an overview of their gain range, filtering options, connectivity complements, linear timecode capabilities, 32-bit ADC, powering options, corresponding iOS app, and more. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 04/20/15
Whenever Sound Devices releases a new piece of equipment, most pros stand up and take notice. Known for its flexibility, sound quality, and rugged field-readiness, Sound Devices’ gear has found a home in the rigs of many pros and amateurs alike. With the announcement of the 688 12-input field production mixer and 16-track recorder, the company builds upon the popularity and quality of its 664 mixer and recorder, doubling the input count, and now accommodating resolutions up to 192 kHz/24-bit. The 688 also features the company’s MixAssist software, which employs a proprietary algorithm that automatically mixes your inputs while maintaining consistent background sound levels. The system tracks to SD and CompactFlash cards for a variety of recording options, including redundancy and simultaneous WAV/MP3 recording. 
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Posted 04/08/14
Jesse Parker, of Sound Devices, explains the 970 model audio recorder, a rack-mountable unit that records up to 64 channels of 96kHz, 24-bit audio and associated metadata, and features MADI and Dante I/O. The 970 offers a large LCD readout panel, eight line level analog inputs/outputs, a timecode master clock, simultaneous and sequential recording, file transfer over SMB ethernet, and file conversion between formats. PowerSafe circuitry protects your files.
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Posted 04/07/14
At NAB 2014, Sound Devices introduces its Pix 270i Video Audio Recorder that records ProRes or DNxHD video as well as 64 channels of audio, with MADI & Dante I/O for audio and 3G-SDI & HDMI I/O for video. There's also a hardware scaler and frame-rate converter to record video at a different rate from what the input camera might support. The PIX 270i can be grouped with other PIX 270i recorders, as well as PIX 260i recorders, and the linked devices can function as a single system. The grouped recorders can then be controlled by two means: directly through the PIX hardware interface or via a browser that has access to the embedded web-based control panel.
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