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A TIDIER SUM

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28 October 2013

Nicerizer Junior Phoenix Audio

 

A new summing mixer from Phoenix Audio should nicely re-ignite the debate about the summing process. The Phoenix Audio Nicerizer Junior is based on the Nicerizer 16 mk2, similar in design except some of the connections aren’t there. For the unfamiliar, the concept is to take the DAW output out of your digital hardware and add Class A characteristics and feel to the final recording. The Nicerizer Junior uses Phoenix’s latest transformer-less Class A, Discrete Line Input Technology and comes in a 2RU rack-mountable unit. It provides 16 inputs and 4 outputs, and it can be stacked and linked in any multiple and various configurations. Individual pan controls for each channel have detented/stepped pots for extra control. The 16 balanced inputs are via D-sub inputs, wired as Tascam DA88 standard and these can accept balanced or unbalanced input with no -6dB loss. Each channel has a +8dB boost button, the Master mix bus has an output level control and the Main Outputs are balanced XLR connections. The maximum output level is +26dB. All units are wired with PTFE silver military grade cable. The first shipments to Oz are on the way. More info is at www.phoenixaudio.net 

Australian Distributor: Mixmasters www.mixmasters.com.au

 

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