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AW: Mackie Onyx 1620
You know that old saying: RTFM? ;-)
Quoted from the manual, available at
"The RECORDING OUTS on the back of the Onyx 1620 provide balanced direct
outputs for channels 1-16 on two female DB25 connectors. These
connectors are pin-for-pin compatible with the analog (not TDIF) DB25
connectors found on TASCAM DTRS recorders, which has become an industry
standard for many professional audio manufacturers. They are also the
same pinout as the analog cards for the Mackie D8B and hard disk
recorders. (pinning table follows)
Von: mark sottilaro [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 9. Juni 2005 00:22
Betreff: Re: Mackie Onyx 1620
No, I got that part. I'm talking about this:
what are those serial port looking jacks on the back?
--- Patrick EL MELIANI <email@example.com>
> balanced signal means that 3 contacts : 1 ground ,2
> + , 3 - ; unbalanced means 2 contacts : 1 ground , 2
> that's all . balanced signal is more "professionnel
> > Message du 08/06/05 20:01
> > De : "mark sottilaro"
> > A : Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> > Copie ŕ :
> > Objet : Re: Mackie Onyx 1620
> > Hm, this also looks perfect for my studio. I've
> > thinking of upgrading my Soundcraft but few boards
> > could find at the time had a direct out for each
> > channel as this does.
> > I have one question though: what's "Balanced
> > outs for every channel via DB-25 connections"
> mean? I
> > saw the outputs, they look like computer serial
> > cables. Is there an adaptor that I could use to
> > those outs into a MOTU 828?
> > Mark
> > --- "L. Angulo" wrote:
> > > Hi gang,
> > > there was a lot of talk for a few months about
> > > having enough aux sends in the compact mackies
> > > this one seems to have it all,4 sends, alt3/4, FX,compact, etc.
> > > perfect for looper! http://www.mackie.com/products/onyx1620/
> > > has anybody tried it yet and compared it to the
> > > older
> > > models?any disadvantages?
> > > Luis
> > >
> > > www.luis-angulo.com
> > >
> > >
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