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Fri Aug 06 2010

FYI: Reviews of Two-Channel Field Mixers

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        1.    Bartlomiej Plichta, Reviews of Two-Channel Field Mixers

Message 1: Reviews of Two-Channel Field Mixers
Date: 05-Aug-2010
From: Bartlomiej Plichta <bplichtalive.com>
Subject: Reviews of Two-Channel Field Mixers
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Dear LINGUIST Subscribers,

More and more linguists choose small solid-state recorders for their
fieldwork. Many such recorders lack the appropriate interface for
professional-grade speech recording microphones. I have reviewed two small,
battery-powered field mixers that can be used with digital recorders to
provide XLR inputs, clean gain, phantom power, and signal panning.

Sound Devices MixPre is a high-end unit ($600):
http://bartus.org/akustyk/MixPre

Rolls LiveMix is an entry level field mixer ($100):
http://bartus.org/akustyk/LiveMix

I hope you find the reviews useful.
Best,
Bartek

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