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Re: Mixpre D: is a bit bucket worth the trouble and money

Subject: Re: Mixpre D: is a bit bucket worth the trouble and money
From: "Jonas Gruska" mrqwa
Date: Mon Dec 8, 2014 6:56 am ((PST))
I am personally surprised that anything like that hasn't been made yet.
Little box with S/PDIF and AES and record button would be so nice for
lot of situations (as backup, too!)

On 8 Dec 2014, at 15:49, Jonathan Kawchuk 
[naturerecordists] wrote:

> Hey Everyone,
> I am thinking of buying a Mixpre D for a couple reasons, but one con
> is
> that there is't an onboard recording function (like the 502 has). I'll
> use
> it with an iPad but it would be nice to have a more robust solution.
> I have seen incredibly complex and expensive solutions for using a
> different devices as a "bit bucket" for the Mixpre D using the
> Mixpre's
> conversion sent through AES. The bit bucket device isn't converting,
> just
> writing those numbers to a card.
> But honestly, and functionally, will this make much of a difference
> from
> recording the line level out from the mixpre on a sperate device? I
> was
> planning on just running the XLR outs from the Mixpre into the line in
> on
> my Sony PCM-m10 which im told bypasses the Sony pre's and is just pure
> conversion. There would be XLR to 3.5mm adaption, but still.
> Is the conversion really noticeably superior on the Mixpre as opposed
> to
> this solution?
> Thanks!
> Jon
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