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Old 05-06-2011, 06:30 PM
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Default Re: HD Native with 002R

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Originally Posted by TCM View Post
True, but the converters are supposedly not that great.

I need to keep an eye on good converters as well, as I want to add analog summing later (Dangerous 2bus or Neve 8816).

Thanks, Shane, your input is always appreciated!

Thomas
An affordable way to give the converters a boost would be the BLA Micro Clock MK2. On a similar topic, the 192 I/O will be used on recordings for many more years to come. It's still a great box and very affordable in the used market.

That said, I'd like to see Avid create a more affordable I/O box for the HD Native line. Maybe a bare bones 4 I/O or something.

Shane
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