Zaxcom Ships Deva 16
Pompton Plains, NJ - Mar 4, 2008 - Zaxcom is now shipping the Deva 16, a 16-track hard disk audio recorder for field recording. The unit features eight hardware faders plus an integrated hard drive, DVD-RAM and Compact Flash memory card slot.
The Deva 16 provides fault-tolerant, multi-disk recording with automatic file recovery to safeguard audio even in the event of an unexpected power failure. The system provides eight analog mic/line inputs with 48V phantom power, four additional analog line inputs, eight analog inputs and eight digital direct outputs. A 16-channel, 24-bus digital mixer is built into the unit, providing EQ, notch filter, compressor, and delay functions on each channel.
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