Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder
Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder
Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder
Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder
Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder
Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder
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Sound Devices MixPre-10 II 10-Channel / 12-Track Multitrack 32-Bit Field Recorder

R 30,010.96
Field Sound Mixing, Videography & VR 32-Bit Recording / 32-Bit USB Streaming Record up to 192 kHz / Stream to 96 kHz 8 x High-Gain, Low-Noise Mic Preamps Records 10 Inputs & Stereo Mix BNC...
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  • Field Sound Mixing, Videography & VR
  • 32-Bit Recording / 32-Bit USB Streaming
  • Record up to 192 kHz / Stream to 96 kHz
  • 8 x High-Gain, Low-Noise Mic Preamps
  • Records 10 Inputs & Stereo Mix
  • BNC I/O for LTC Timecode or Word Clock
  • Adjustable Analog Limiters
  • Polarity, Low-Cut, Delay & Pan Controls
  • AC & Battery Powering Options
  • SD Card with Auto-Copy to USB Drives
For professional videographers, field recordists, podcasters, and Ambisonics enthusiasts who need pristine audio capture of up to eight microphones, the Sound Devices MixPre-10 II multitrack field recorder is an ideal tool. Record up to ten tracks of external sources (eight channels via XLR-1/4" combo jacks and two channels via a 3.5mm mini jack)—as well as a stereo mix—at sample rates and resolutions of up to 192 kHz / 32-bit, all while monitoring audio in headphones. If you choose to use the MixPre-6 II to stream audio, you'll be able to achieve sample rates up to 96 kHz.

The MixPre-10 II offers many upgrades over its predecessor. Chief among these features is the ability to record at 32-bit floating point to an internal SD card. The unit also functions as an audio interface capable of 32-bit floating point streaming over USB to a Mac computer. This makes it nearly impossible for you to clip (distort) audio on the way in. Whether you're recording hot or making use of the unit's astounding 142 dB dynamic range, you'll only be handicapped by the quality of your microphone.

The device sports the same Kashmir preamps as the MixPre-10T with one key difference: an even lower noise floor, at 130 dBV. With line-level XLR and 3.5mm outputs, you can monitor in both headphones and on a compatible line-level device at the same time. Timecode connections are made possible via BNC, HDMI, and 3.5mm connections.

All of this is available in an eight-channel package that can be powered from wall chargers, AA batteries, or Sony L-series batteries. Whether you use the device in an advanced or basic capacity, the MixPre-10 II will suit any intimate, field-based production.
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