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Rotary Faders for 788 Recorders

CL-8

Rotary Faders that attach to 788 Recorders via USB

1,100.00 ex vat 1,320.00 inc vat

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Estimated delivery 2 - 3 Days

CL-8

A powerful mixing control surface for 788T. Rotary faders for each of the eight 788T inputs plus input routing and input setting control. Mounts to the 788T or can be used remotely. Connects to the 788T via USB

  • Eight faders for level control of 788T inputs
  • Tactile buttons for control of high-pass, limiter, polarity, and mute of each input
  • Button to activate the slate microphone on the 788T
  • Quickly assign inputs to Left, Right, Aux 1, and Aux 2 record tracks
  • Signal presence and input peak indicators
  • LED indicators for Left, Right, Aux1, Aux2, limiter, high-pass, and polarity indicators
  • Bus-powered by the 788T
  • Connects directly to the 788T using the USB port, with USB keyboard pass-through; can be mounted directly to the 788T
  • Aluminum and stainless-steel construction
  • Designed for the same operational environmental extremes as Sound Devices field mixers
     

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