AD146 PRO-PORTABLE MIXER
- AD 146-6 Mixer, 6 ingressi Mic/Line, 4 uscite, VU o PPM, incluso alimentatore 94-100-015: prezzo euro 8.580,00
- AD 146-8 Mixer, 8 ingressi Mic/Line, 4 uscite, VU o PPM, incluso alimentatore 94-100-015: prezzo euro 10.340,00
he mixer is available in 6 frame! sizes, 6, 8, 10, 12, 18 and 24 inputs, and in 4 styles, portable with carrying handle, drop-through mounting into existing furniture,19" rack mounting (10 input max) and in a wooden console. The new case design is eminently adaptable to all these sizes and formats and, because all the connectors are on the top panel, they are easily accessible in the field or in the studio.
There are 3 input modules to choose from and they can be fitted in any position in the frame; MIC/LINE, MONO LINE, STEREO LINE
The AD146 inputs, main and auxiliary outputs are transformer balanced on XLRs. Separate connectors are used for microphone and line-level inputs: such is the isolation, both input signals may remain connected at all times. High-pass filter protects the transformer against low-frequency saturation. Headphones and two pairs of stereo auxiliary returns left and right appear on standard jacks. A 6-pin XLR carries two-way conversation between the mixer and an Outstation - boom operator, director etc.
The AD146 has four mixing busses that enable mixing and/or recording to be performed in the L-R and M-S domains simultaneously. Matrix amplifiers may be switched into the main A-B and C-D outputs.
The AD146 incorporates the M-S facilities that are now much appreciated by Audio Developments' customers. Many recordists are aware of the advantages Blumlein's M-S microphone techniques have over all other microphone techniques - even when recording in the L-R domain.
Limiters - which may be linked for stereo operation Limiting is indicated by a pair of LEDs.
A pair of meters - either PPMs or VUs - may be switched to monitor either the main output or the monitor/PFL output, and battery voltage. The meters can be illuminated.
Powering is provided for 48V Phantom and 12V Tonader microphones.
The mixer receives its power from 10 x C cells fitted internally - the battery housing adding great strength to the casework. Alternatively, power may be supplied from an external 12-15V source.
Audio Developments’ AD100-09 power supply unit is designed to drive the mixer and, at the same time, charge a set of nickel cadmium batteries - when fitted.